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Tragic nature of the ZiG rollout

The Zimbabwe dollar, ZiG’s predecessor, suffered a similar fate. The bond notes were first presented by the government in 2016 under the guise of "export incentive scheme".
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 17, 2024

Gendered perspective on structured currency.

Annual inflation had reached over 1 000% and market trading including payments of public services, taxes, and fuel are predominantly pegged at USD prices.
By Vanessa Jaravaza May. 17, 2024

Sloppy ground for the ZiG: Will RBZ win the market?

Zimbabwe’s agriculture sector is predominantly rainfall-dependent. Statistics show that roughly a paltry 6% of total arable land is under irrigation.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 17, 2024

Women bear brunt as ZiG fails to break cash crunch

The situation in the normally liquid Mbare mirrors the struggles confronting Zimbabwe’s economy.
By Julia Ndlela May. 17, 2024

Make ZiG notes, coins available

This comes as eight out of 10 transactions are conducted in the United States dollar, according to the Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency.
By Newsday May. 15, 2024

Letter to my people: Neville Mutsvangwa’s arrest won’t save the ZiG

To those who think the arrest of Neville means that there are no more sacred cows in the crackdown on forex trading on the parallel market will be sadly mistaken.
By Doctor Stop It May. 12, 2024

Whither our dearest ZiG?

Many are even wondering: Does this ZiG currency actually exist?
By Newsday May. 11, 2024

New ZiG currency on a free flow: Here is what we know

The ZiG is now Zimbabwe’s legal tender for all public and private debts and is part of a multi-currency basket that includes the US dollar (USD) and South African rand, among others.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 10, 2024

Gendered perspective on structured currency

Annual inflation had reached over 1 000% and market trading including payments of public services, taxes, and fuel are predominantly pegged at USD prices.
By Vanessa Jaravaza May. 10, 2024