Is Zimdollar stabilising or losing relevance?

Due to the high cost of borrowing in local currency, economic agents have found themselves borrowing and lending in foreign currency.
By Rufaro Hozheri Aug. 18, 2023

Mid-term MPC: RBZ staying the course

The market starvation of the Zimdollars is affecting business activity and promoting the dollarization of the economy.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Aug. 18, 2023

Tight monetary policy stance accelerated dollarisation: Analysts

Authorities maintained a tight monetary policy in the first half of the year, instituting a number of liquidity management policies.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 14, 2023

Framework for a gold backed payment card established

A well-placed source at the RBZ told Standardbusiness that the framework had been made with testing already done.
By Tatira Zwinoira Aug. 6, 2023

Addressing instability, restoring confidence

The economic situation in Zimbabwe is dire, with alarming levels of inflation and a rapid erosion of purchasing power.
By Michael Zuze Jun. 23, 2023

Implications of currency stabilisation measures

The measure completes the shift to a market driven exchange rate system under the Willing Buyer Willing Seller Interbank system.
By Respect Gwenzi Jun. 9, 2023

SA in fresh fight to contain rand meltdown

But 50bps is clearly on the cards — the Sarb hiked by that amount in March, taking many economists by surprise. 
By Ed Stoddard May. 26, 2023

Currency creation and its devastating effects on everyone

There is much more to inflation than rising prices. Inflation is defined as the increase in the supply of money and credit.
By Alexander Maune May. 4, 2023

Digital tokens out next month: RBZ

In July last year, gold coins were introduced as part of several policy measures to ease demand for the greenback, stabilise the Zimbabwe dollar exchange rate and tame resurgent inflation.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Apr. 29, 2023