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@simachaina on “Take Command Agric to the village” I thought most of the agriculture is done in rural areas and not in the streets. *** @muzadzi_moyo on “$160m in circulation” Some of the bond notes are outside Zimbabwe in neighbouring countries while some have been warehoused by dealers and money changers. *** @TapiwaKapurura on “Zim plunged into mourning as Cde Chinx passes on” Rest in peace son of the soil. True soldier, patriot and musician. Will miss you.
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Jonh Mark on “$160m in circulation” It means no shortage of money and what about withdrawal limits how much per day?
*** Misheck Sibanda on “Capitalk off to flying start” This is good news for Zimbabweans. We have always wanted the opening of air waves for a long time.
Mhofu Chaiyo on “Zim plunged into mourning as Cde Chinx passes on” Will miss you Cde Zvikomborero Nerudo. The man was so inspiring. MHSRIP.
*** Disaster Emru Kunanti on “Govt focuses on high-rise buildings” There is nothing wrong with high-rise building accommodation as long as the design meets strict health and safety regulations. But you have made a good point because govt and council systems are now so corrupt it is unlikely the high rise flats will meet requirements and people will perish just like they did in London.
*** I am Zimbabwean Hermish Dunga on “$160m bond notes
in circulation” People should try and ease on the use of cash and embrace plastic money. Other than withdrawing hard cash for use in the supermarket why not just use plastic money. I know there are still some parts of the economy which do not accept plastic money, but we have to be part of the solution as citizens.
*** Simbarashe Gwara on “$9m for
learning material” A most welcome supportive move comrade minister. The updated curriculum, will unfold macro-solutions to many of our modern day challenges. The future is bright as long as we remain committed towards its implementation.