September 28, 2017 / comments : 0
BY STAFF REPORTER
The Infrastructural Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) is set to roll out a capital project at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) aimed at easing students' accommodation woes.
The ground breaking ceremony for an housing project was held in Bulawayo this week.
Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa, who officiated at the event, underscored the need for incentivise property developers to work together with tertiary institutions in building halls of residence and other infrastructure.
The multi-million dollar project, which seeks to alleviate the plight of accommodation amongst students, is set to be spread across the country.
Chinamasa commended the bank for assisting the government towards meeting its ZimAsset blueprint goals of providing housing.
The Finance chief said the government was working on a framework to recapitalise the IDBZ for it to satisfy its mandate. EDUCATION
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