Economy has dollarised - Cross Border Traders
“In the next three months we will make sure that everything (pricing) has normalised,” Zivhu said yesterday.
By Tatenda Manyinyire May. 20, 2023
Anger mounts in Zim as prices rocket
Rocketing prices, reminiscent of market mayhems that rocked Zimbabwe between 2000 and 2008, have been mostly underpinned by prolonged turbulences on Zimbabwe’s currency.
By Rugare Mubika and Elma Zhoya and Freeman Makopa May. 19, 2023
Zimdollar stares fresh setbacks as crisis deepens
This was the year authorities returned the Zimbabwe dollar as the medium of exchange following a decade of dollarisation.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 12, 2023
Consumers in distress as prices spiral out of control
Businesses, under fire from the protracted volatilities, have responded by effecting waves of price hikes to avoid collapse.
By Tatira Zwinoira and Rugare Mubika May. 5, 2023
Zimdollar prospects in a dollarised economy
The banking sector Foreign Currency Accounts (FCA) deposits have maintained at approximately US$1.6 billion
By Victor Bhoroma Apr. 14, 2023
Re-dollarisation: Is this the right path forward for Zimbabwe?
This week’s part 2 seeks to explain the intuition behind this view by separating time horizons into the medium term (3-5 years) and the long term (more than five years).
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 10, 2023
Opinion: Are we re-dollarising?
Rumours are that we are slowly heading towards official re-dollarisation, which will make the USD the official primary currency.
By Albert Chimbohwayi Mar. 10, 2023
Re-dollarisation: Is this the right path forward for Zim?
Dollarisation is a generic term used by economists when a country substitutes its currency with foreign currency as a legal tender.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 3, 2023
Zimdollar in spectacular freefall
Zimbabwe suffered the highest levels of hyperinflation ever recorded for a nation in peacetime in 2007 and 2008.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 27, 2023
Crack team raids Chinese firms… undocumented immigrants fished out in shock clean-up
Zanu PF to exploit US stance ahead of elections: Analysts
Ncube feels heat as meltdown batters Zim from all fronts
By Shame Makoshori and Rugare Mubika