Pandora’s lunchbox: How school fees embody Zim’s currency system chaos

Tadiwanashe Moyo, a parent leader at her child’s primary school in Mutare, said parents agreed to pay fees in US dollars at the school.
By Global Press Journal Feb. 9, 2024

Civil servants toast to COVID-19 allowance measure

Before, the US$300 COVID-19 and cushioning allowances were not subjected to taxation since they were allowances.
By Belinda Chiroodza Dec. 5, 2023

CCC MP calls out delays in RBZ’s currency auction

He argued that over the past four auctions, funds had been withdrawn from Zimdollars, but the corresponding foreign currency was not released.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 30, 2023

Of Zim regime’s crookedness and Western puppets

When the government prints hordes of Zimdollars to buy hard currency on the black market, anyone who exposes these shenanigans is branded a “puppet of the West”.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 19, 2023

Govt maintains tight monetary, fiscal measures

It said Treasury would make sure that there is no backlog in the foreign currency auction system.
By Staff Reporter Sep. 8, 2023

Insurance sector records brisk forex business

According to the Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec)’s first quarter report, the insurance industry was recording brisk business in foreign currency-denominated business.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 26, 2023

Letters: Zimdollar has made citizens poorer

I urge the government to urgently do away with this poison — Zimdollars — and revert to multi-currencies.  It is better to get sweets as change than the poisonous Zimdollar.
By Newsday Nov. 21, 2022

Harare City Council, RBZ in talks over forex charges

The freeze on the accounts led the council to reverse its decision to charge residents strictly forex for certain services.
By Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 16, 2022

Forex auction allocations down 50%

Forex auction results in the past few months show that allocations for both SMEs and large corporates averaged US$23,6 million per week
By Taurai Mangudhla Sep. 29, 2022