Zimbabwe bans foreign currency
Zimbabwe has announced that it would abandon the use of foreign currencies for the Zimbabwe dollar.
The local dollar is now the only legal tender, nearly a decade after it was destroyed by hyperinflation.
Clement Manyathela speaks to Newsday Zimbabwe senior reporter Blessed Mhlanga about the financial situation in the country.
Most of the people in Zimbabwe do not have access to the US dollar.Blessed Mhlanga, Senior reporter - NewsDay Zimbabwe
The problem that people have is the issue of prices. Things are expensive and prices have not come down.Blessed Mhlanga, Senior reporter - NewsDay Zimbabwe
Listen to the full interview below...
This article first appeared on 702 : Zimbabwe bans foreign currency
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