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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

consolidated financial statements of the Ministry of Finance’s Accountant General office. Figure 1. Public Sector Institutional Table Source: Mission and staff from MOF and CBL. 7. Usage and update of the institutional table going forward requires involvement of all institutions compiling macroeconomic statistics . While the list may now be comprehensive to a great extent, it nevertheless would still be important for all the entities involved in the compilation of macroeconomic statistics (the Ministry of Finance, the Bureau of Statistics, and CBL) to review the

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

) Accountant General Office MoFED Ms. Mildred Chiri (Auditor General) Auditor General Office MoFED Mr. Edgar Nyoni (Executive Director) SERA Mr. Itayi Bangidza Accountant General Office MoFED Mr. Moses Tomu Accountant General Office MoFED Mr. Henry Dutiro Debt Management Office MoFED Mr. Tatenda Mandeya MLGPWNH 1 See Appendix C. 2 See: https://africafightnoworg.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/oag-report-for-state-enterprises-and-parastatals-report-2016.pdf 3 See Part IV of ZPFMA09 (33) ‘Financial

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This Technical Assistance Report discusses that the authorities are making some progress towards higher quality and more comprehensive Government Finance Statistics, however, sufficient information for meaningful monitoring and surveillance of the public sector in Zimbabwe should be considered a long-term goal with several remaining challenges. The government of Zimbabwe has recently embarked upon an ambitious reform program for public sector corporations, which is expected to lead to a dramatic reduction in government balance sheet risk via contingent liabilities and the direct fiscal impact arising from the high likelihood of those guarantees being called. The report also highlights that the Accountant General office should have the ability to set a standardized format and the required information for general government financial statements which are to be reported for all subsectors and ministries. The mission recommends that the authorities review compliance with Republic of Zimbabwe Public Finance Management Act of 2009 across general government subsectors, including, all local government units, Extrabudgetary Units funds and social security funds.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This paper on government finance statistics (GFS) mission in Lesotho presents a review of progress against recommendations of previous GFS technical assistance (TA) missions and further assist with improving the quality of GFS currently compiled and disseminated. The mission reviewed progress with implementation of previous GFS TA recommendations and updated the public sector institutional table. The mission reviewed the new compilation methods and noted some improvements with the approach. Accounts payable are now recorded under financing, to bridge the timing difference of commitment basis expenditure. The report explains that the legal and institutional environment is conducive to compiling macroeconomic and financial statistics; the relevance and practical utility of existing macroeconomic and financial statistics are monitored; management processes are in place to monitor the quality of macroeconomic and financial statistics; and institutional integrity, transparency, and ethical practices meet statistical standards. There is still a need to correct recording to distinguish expense from acquisition of financial assets.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

(Accountant General) Accountant General Office MoFED Ms. Mildred Chiri (Auditor General) Auditor General Office MoFED Mr. George Marufu Accountant General Office MoFeD Mr. Itayi Bangidza Accountant General Office MoFED Mr. Moses Tomu Accountant General Office MoFED Ms. Precious Mugumbabe Accountant General Office MoFED Ms. Chipo Madzwanga Accountant General Office MoFED Ms. Eshilie Kamuto Accountant General Office MoFED Mr. Takudza Ngwenya Accountant General Office MoFED Mr. Jivas Nyahwema Accountant

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
As part of a five-year project of the Enhanced Data Dissemination Initiative (EDDI) 2 Government Finance Statistics (GFS) Module on improving GFS and public-sector debt statistics in selected African countries, a mission was conducted in Harare, Zimbabwe during April 15–26, 2019. This mission was a follow up on a 2018 GFS technical assistance (TA) mission under the EDDI 2. The mission’s objective was to review progress made and assisting with outstanding statistical issues that are important for sound policymaking in Zimbabwe. Some of the key outstanding issues raised by the IMF African Department prior to the mission were, the classification of government subsidies to state owned enterprises (SOEs); the identification of extrabudgetary units (EBUs) and classification of their operations; and the correct classification of other government transactions in line with a Government Finance Statistics Manual (GFSM) 2014 framework.