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Two in a row !!!!! What a week!!!!! Congratulations to Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe and Misfort Tax Consultancy.
🚀Proud to be ISO 9001:2015 Certified🌟.This certification is a testament to our strong quality management processes and our commitment to customer satisfaction. Thank you to our dedicated team for their hard work in achieving this significant milestone.
IN PICTURES: The just ended 2nd Annual Public Procurement Symposium.
Have you registered for the Public Procurement Symposium yet?
Don't miss out on all the exciting sessions about achieving value for money outcomes. See you there!
The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe joined Zimbabwe & the rest of Africa in Commemorating the African Anti-Corruption Day in Chinhoyi on Tuesday under the theme: "AUCPCC ,20 years after, achievements and prospects."
🗓 SAVE THE DATE! 26-28 July 2023, Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe is bringing you the 2nd Annual Public Procurement Symposium. Register on http://portal.praz.org.zw . .
Please note that the fee does NOT include accommodation and travelling costs. Delegates are expected to meet their own accommodation and travelling costs.
Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe, Chinhoyi University of Technology, Lupane State University & Bindura University of Science Education set the future of procurement into motion at the inaugural Public Procurement Students Bootcamp held recently in Chinhoyi.
🎉We're excited to partner with Chinhoyi University of Technology Bindura University of Science Education & Lupane State University to conduct the inaugural boot camp for final year students pursuing studies in Procurement & Supply Chain.🔥An opportunity to interact with industry veterans & experts for purposes of intensive learning & sharing insights as part of skills development. Sponsorship & advertising opportunities available.
Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe, Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe, Consumer Council of Zimbabwe, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Consumer Protection Commission of Zimbabwe hosted a community stakeholder engagement Workshop in Kanyemba. Increasing awareness on cross cutting issues & creating the ability to identify opportunities for sustainable development.
Day 1: Mr Mhlanga Ministry of ICT, Postal and Courier Services, Zimbabwe Director and Mr Ruswa Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe CEO addressing delegates at Public Procurement conference for the ICT sector.
The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe was honoured to host the Zambian Parliamentary Committee on Delegated Legislation yesterday, to share insights on Procurement Regulations, procurement processes and the electronic procurement (e-GP) system.
It’s good news after good news! Learn how to successfully handle procurements of ICT solutions in your public institution. From May 22-23, 2023, the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe is hosting the Public Procurement Conference for the ICT Sector themed “Connecting Solutions.”
Join us at the Public Procurement Conference for the ICT sector! 🚀 Connect with ICT experts and learn acceptable procurements of ICT goods and services.
🗓️ Date: 22-23 May 2023
📍 Location: Montclair Hotel, Nyanga
The Authority exhibited at the 2023 edition of Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) which commenced on the 25th of April to the 29th of April 2023. The F...
The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company ZITF
Transforming public procurement by embracing electronic procurement system.
Highlights from Day 4 ! We welcome the engagements and look forward to more as we wrap up the Fair tomorrow.
Day 2: We were honoured that His Worship the Mayor of City of Harare Cllr. Jacob Mafume and the Permanent Secretary for Public Sector Reforms in the Office of the President Mr S. Mhlanga visited the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe pavilion to have an appreciation of the innovative electronic procurement system.
We are ready to interact with you this week at the . Visit our pavilion to learn more about our operations & services. Day 1 in pictures:
Come and have a chat with us this week. We are currently at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company ZITF 2023.
This PRAZ still celebrates women who tell our stories, these are women above the status quo, who wear excellence on their sleeves.
As we conclude the , we celebrate an epitome of women leadership, the Board chairperson of the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe, Mrs. V. Nyemba.
🤔Have you registered yet? Do not be left out, join the Women in Procurement Conference covering topical issues in procurement and
📅Friday 31 March, 08:00am
“Celebrating women who tell our stories.” PRAZ Zimbabwe recognizes and celebrates women in procurement, who are downright exceptional.
This , Arise and Shine! JOIN innately powerful women in Public Procurement at the Women in Public Procurement Conference on 31 March 2023 at Cresta Lodge Harare, Msasa.
The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe is committed to embracing equity to achieve gender parity. Join us at our Women in Public Procurement Conference on 31 March, 2023. Register via the link below:
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The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe is hosting a Summer School - Adapting to the New Normal
Register now before the event starts, by contacting Ano on 0712 899 428 or Sibo on 0712 907 328! Advertising space also available.
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In the background of the Covid-19 pandemic there are numerous report of arrest of public sector officials, abuse of public funds, unregulated procurements, unjustified high cost of supplies and general mal practice in public institutions? If one is to consolidate all the funding support that has been provided to fight the pandemic and the services that have been provided in the health delivery systems, one will be left with unexplained deficit and one may assume that Zimbabwe has funds still not utilized. I understand information on the use and utilization of such funds maybe classified and not available for public scrutiny? Or should it be? The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets (PPDPA) Act provides for transparency, fairness, honest, cost-effectiveness, competition and value for money as some of the major objectives of the Act. Further down the line, these are also the principles of public procurement in general. For this reason, the Zimbabwean public, public sector officials and public procurement officials must understand that they exist and are expected to meet those simple objectives.
1. To ensure that procurement is effected in a manner that is transparent, fair, honest, cost-effective and competitive
2. To promote competition among bidders
3. To provide for the fair and equitable treatment of all bidders, leading to procurement contracts that represent good value for money
4. To promote the integrity of, and fairness and public confidence in, procurement processes
5. To secure the implementation of any environmental, social, economic and other policy that is authorized or required by any law to be taken into account by a procuring entity in procurement proceedings
Since the promulgation of the PPDPA Act in 2017 and taking effect in January 2018, the impact, success and failure of the Act has not been interrogated, maybe because the country needed time to adjust, maybe because it was too early to see the results, maybe were under the 2-year transitional period, maybe we just lacked interest in the area. Your answer is as good as mine; I do not know. What I know is that, it is high time that we critically examine the public procurement system in Zimbabwe. What has been the impact of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets (PPDPA) Act on the public sector performance in Zimbabwe? Is the PPDPA Act meeting the intended objectives as they are stated above?