Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

THANKS to the Re­serve Bank of Zim­babwe (RBZ) Dr John Man­gudya for the clar­i­fi­ca­tion on bond notes. We ap­pre­ci­ate your ef­forts and zeal at RBZ to turn­around our econ­omy. In­deed, bond notes will spur lo­cal trans­ac­tions and busi­ness ac­tiv­ity since they can’t be ex­ter­nalised. Which means if say I have a rand ac­count, it will re­main purely a rand ac­count and will not be con­verted to a bond note ac­count. In fact, bond notes will not have their own ac­count but in­stead share the same ac­count with US dol­lars in the USD ac­count since the rate is per­ma­nently US$1 = BN$1. — Cy­bil Moyo

I AM glad to see that rap­per Stun­ner has taken to ful­fill­ing his com­mu­nity ser­vice with a cer­tain level of zeal. Stun­ner is pay­ing his debt to so­ci­ety fol­low­ing his reck­less­ness and he is do­ing it with­out any ar­ro­gance. I hope that after this Stun­ner will turn over a new leaf and be­come a role model to the younger gen­er­a­tion who lis­ten to his music. — Tawanda Kureba

ONE thing that has hurt Zanu-PF and con­trib­uted to the loss in Nor­ton is that the party is look­ing weak when it comes to cor­rup­tion. As the rul­ing party, it needs to show that it is not tak­ing any non­sense on cor­rup­tion. With the cur­rent state of the econ­omy peo­ple will not sup­port those who are cor­rupt be­cause they are steal­ing from us. — Ron­nie Gumbo, Gweru

Dr John Man­gudya

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