A rebuttal video from Nomalisa Musasiwa in which she disputes some of the ‘facts’ mentioned by Zororo Makamba in his video on the reintroduction of the Zimbabwe Dollar.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has that it is currently working on measures to ensure that the newly reintroduced Zimbabwe Dollar will be recognised across the whole world. NewsDay reports that RBZ director of research John Mafararikwa told a meeting organised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe, We have sent messages […]
Quick service restaurants (QSR) operator Simbisa Brands has decreased the prices of some of its products, following the reintroduction of the Zimbabwe Dollar and the banning of the multicurrency system. Simbisa Brands announced a decrease in prices at Chicken Inn, Pizza Inn, Haefelis, Creamy Inn and Steers. The prices at Bakers Inn have not decreased. […]
It seems that the reintroduction of the Zimbabwe Dollar and the abolishing of the multicurrency system will not fare well for tourists and customers of the hospitality and food industry. Some of the operators have raised their prices to abnormally high levels in the local currency as well as foreign currency, which would make it […]
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sued over his government’s decision to reintroduce the Zimbabwe Dollar and abolish the multicurrency system. Businessman and losing presidential candidate Joseph Makamba Busha has lodged an application at the High Court seeking to have Statutory Instrument 142 of 2019 reversed. Part of Busha’s court papers filed by his lawyers, Tichawana […]
Talk-show host and producer, Zororo Makamba speaks on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government’s decision to ban the multicurrency system and reintroduce the Zimbabwe Dollar.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has reassured the nation that it will not plunge the country back into the hyperinflation era by overprinting money. RBZ governor John Mangudya insisted that the central bank was only going to print $400 million worth of bond notes in order to increase the amount of paper money and […]
MarketWatch.co.zw ( May 30, 2019, 9:17 am) 100 USD = 740.0 RTGS (640.0%) 100 USD = 720.0 Bond (620.0%) 100 USD = 918.0 RTGS (818.0%) (Old Mutual Implied Rate) 100 USD = 1462 South African Rand (ZAR) 100 Bond = 120.0 RTGS 100 […]
President Emmerson Mnangagwa last night showed his support for the further devaluation of the local currency arguing that “is the strongest currency in the region, and it makes our exports expensive…” Mnangagwa said this on the inaugural edition of “Catching Up With ED” on Capitalk 100.4FM.