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Zimbabwe

Patrick Antony Chinamasa

Date of Birth: 25 January 1947
Place of Birth: Nyanga


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Wasting assets

Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's return from Beijing with an empty begging bowl made even bleaker news for the ailing economy...


Ruling party conference ignores crisis

Few expect Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa to produce any substantial new policies for the 2014 budget which he is due to read in Parliament on 19 December...


Dilemmas over power cuts and shortages

The International Monetary Fund and World Bank annual meetings began in Washington on 11-13 October and Zimbabwe's combative new Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa who is currently designing a new plan to reinvigorate the tired economy made time to attend...


Arms-for-minerals trades exposed

The new Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa is now seeking technical support from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to leverage the country's mineral resources to raise foreign capital and access external lines of credit...


ZANU-PF power struggles resume

The knives are out for Didymus Mutasa the party's Secretary for Administration whose own province Manicaland also went to Mujuru despite both Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Women's Affairs Minister Oppah Muchinguri supporting Mnangagwa...


The sanctions card is worn out

The turn to the EastZimbabwe's newly appointed Finance Minister the abrasive Patrick Chinamasa attended the International Monetary Fund and World Bank annual jamboree in Washington on 11-13 October making clear his hard-line adherence to Mugabe's ‘Look East' policies...


Mugabe shuffles the pack, again

Patrick Chinamasa a lawyer with a penchant for political rhetoric takes over Finance although it is hardly his forte...


Inside ZANU-PF's electoral coup

The supposed grand alliance with Makoni's Mavambo-Kusile-Dawn party and Zimbabwe African National Union-Ndonga was scarcely worth the effort somehow allowing ZANU-PF's Patrick Chinamasa to squeak in with 50% when the previous MDC candidate refused to make way for Makoni...


ZANU-PF's loss

Justice and Legal Affairs Minister Patrick Chinamasa refused even to allow public hearings on the Bill for reasons of ‘national security’...


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