Why PPPs

  • Provide new investment opportunities;
  • Enhancement of value for money through financing, operational efficiencies, superior risk management, greater implementing capacity,      and enhanced service quality;
  • Amelioration of the huge financial resource challenges facing Government through the use of private funds;
  • Fostering the development and strengthening of financial capital markets; and,
  • Complements Government role of anchoring economic growth and development through the provision of enabling infrastructure;
  • Regulation of PPPs in Zimbabwe

    The implementation of PPPs in Zimbabwe is governed/ regulated by the Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency Act.

    Payment Mechanisms

    Investors can recoup their investment through any of the following mechanisms:

  • User charges;
  • Upfront subsidies;
  • Other Government payment models based on usage, availability, or based on achieving set milestones;
  • Or a combination of the above;
  • PPPs Investment Opportunities

  • Road, Rail & Air transport infrastructure;
  • Urban transport systems;
  • Power generation plants and power transmission and distribution networks;
  • Renewable energy works;
  • Gas and petroleum infrastructure;
  • Water supply, treatment and distribution systems;
  • Solid waste management works;
  • Education and health care facilities;
  • Housing;
  • Information communication technology projects;
  • Agriculture and irrigation development;
  • Inland ports and harbours;
  • Inland container depots and logistics hub;
  • Incentives available on PPPs

  • Tax holiday for first 5 years;
  • Corporate Income Tax of 15% during the second five years;
  • Thereafter a standard corporate income tax rate of 25% applies;