Into ZiG’s first 100 days

The Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG) was introduced in the 2024 Monetary Policy Statement in early April 2024, a few months after the appointment of a
By Rufaro Hozheri Jul. 19, 2024

Why we need a stable ZiG

Chronic inflation affects business predictability, increases business operational costs, undermines consumer aggregate demand, and traps many households into abject poverty.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 25, 2024

Flip-flopping kills confidence in ZiG

Barely a week later, Mushayavanhu brewed another shocker saying the structured currency idea was not his, but came from the World Bank.
By Newsday May. 4, 2024

Reflections on the 2024 Monetary Policy Statement

The new governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (Dr John Mushayavanhu) presented the Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) on the 5th of April 2024.
By Admire Nyabunze Apr. 19, 2024

‘New currency averted systems crash’

It replaced  the Zimbabwe dollar (ZWL), which had to be decommissioned after depreciating rapidly against the US dollar, complicating an already dire economic situation.

Old Mutual thumbs up new MPS measures

Companies that have strong financial positions and foreign currency generation, according to the firm, were expected to perform well in the outlook.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 17, 2024

MPS, outlook conference resolutions

There is need for more policy measures earmarked at promoting savings and investments in the broader Zimbabwean economy.
By Batanai Matsika Apr. 12, 2024

Candid Comment: It must not be a lone man show

In a way, his first Monetary Policy Statement demonstrated this, although some Zimbabweans are still sceptical.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Apr. 12, 2024

Bankers welcome monetary policy measures

In an interview with businessdigest, BAZ president Lawrence Nyazema said the fact that the monetary authorities were maintaining the multi-currency system was a positive move.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 12, 2024