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The first stock exchange in Zimbabwe opened in Bulawayo in 1896. It was however only operative for about six (6) years. Other stock exchanges were also established in Gweru and Mutare.

The latter, also founded in 1896, thrived on the success of local mining industry, but with the realization that deposits in the area were not extensive, activity declined and closed in 1924. After World War II a new exchange was founded in Bulawayo and dealing started in 1946.

A second floor was opened in Salisbury (Harare) in December 1951 and trading between the two (2) centers was by telephone. They continued operating until it was decided that legislation should be enacted to govern the rights and obligations of both members of the Exchange and the general investing public.

Change in functional currency in 2009

In November 2008, the Zimbabwe stock exchange temporarily stopped trading following in- tervention by The reserve bank of Zimbabwe and reopened on 19 february 2009. The Zim- babwe economy dollarized in 2009 and the Zimbabwe stock exchange similarly adopted the us dollar as its primary trading currency. indices were rebased to 100 for both the industrial and mining indices.

Le 21 février 2019, la devise de négociation sur la ZSE est devenue RTGS dollars.


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Régulator: Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SECZ)

Création: 1896

Devise de cotation: Zimbabwean Dollar (ZWL$ ou RTGS$)

Reglement/Livraison: T+3

Séance de Cotation: 09:00 - 15:00 (GMT+2)

Indice Principal: ZSE industrial index, ZSE Mining index


Fiscalité: 10% retenue à la source sur les dividendes; 15% sur les interêts; 1% de taxe sur les plus-values.


Membre de:

  • African Securities Exchange Association (ASEA)
  • Committee of SADC Stock Exchanges (CoSSE)
  • Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative (SSE)


Rapports Annuels:

2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019



44 Ridgeway North, Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
Phone: (+263) 4 886830-5
Fax: (+263) 4 762348