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Prof. Steve Hanke Apr 17
In , the price of bread has nearly doubled, costing "3.50 RTGS dollars a loaf, up from 1.80 on Monday." By my measure, Zim's annual inflation rate is 205%, more than 3x the official rate. Zim needs to install a currency board or fully dollarize.
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Prof. Steve Hanke Apr 17
must adopt the the Singapore Strategy: 1. Establish a Currency Board 2. Refuse Foreign Aid 3. Minimize Taxes & Regulation 4. Ensure Individual's Rights 5. Create a transparent & high quality gov't Time for Zim to get with the Sing Strategy
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MackeyWaseSilobela💯 10h
We live & tweet with people who go all the way to learn French & Spanish. I am sure they have attempted to read the Egyptian hierioglyphics as well but have the audacity and temerity to say "Andinzvi Ndebele" my dear brothers & sisters is Ndebele that hard ?
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Vashe 🇿🇼 Apr 15
Amidst the price increases, there are two things which haven’t increased: 1. Salaries 2. Quality of Products
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Taku Splits 🇿🇼 Apr 17
Happy 39th Zimbabwe musanyanyoite hasha life begins @ 40😂😂 taapadhuze😆
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Brezh Malaba Apr 18
This is Chabuya Primary School in Binga. A teacher's hut on the right & a "classroom" on the left. 39 years of collecting taxes, 39 years of squandering public funds, 39 years of excuses. And you wonder why schools in Matabeleland North are registering 0% pass rate? @39
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Vashe 🇿🇼 Apr 16
I won’t be buying bread. Not because I can’t afford it, but I can’t feed the greed of these corporates. The government must take charge of this situation. If these guys can’t, let them close their bakeries. Find those who can, and let them produce at affordable costs.
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Simon Thomas Apr 18
Freshly-picked tea leaves 🌱 arriving at the Wamba Tea Factory in Honde Valley, 🇿🇼. Processed, packed and next stop... London. Just in time for tea! 🇬🇧☕️🕓
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Samuel Takawira 🇿🇼 17h
Hilarious & Comic coup plan being hitched
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NdiTapiwanasheC Apr 22
yarwadza I'm confused, ndoita continue ne course here or ndoenda SA kwandawanira basa ? HELP please....
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Vashe 🇿🇼 Apr 16
Zimbabweans were trillionaires under Bob. Had bearer cheques under Bob. Had empty shelves under Bob. Would never discuss politics in public, because of fear. Many would never consider a career in politics. But, Bob days were better they say.
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David Coltart Apr 16
A great deal of sense spoken by ⁦⁩ about we need to do in to turn the country around. The problem is that ZANUPF is incapable of doing this because it needs red tape & corruption to survive.
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MackeyWaseSilobela💯 Apr 20
I might graduate with PHDs etc but i won't ever stop searching for that theory which explains why being called "Ulishona" sounds more tribalistic and different to "Ulindebele"
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Vashe 🇿🇼 Apr 16
Things are happening in Harare. See the stuff that other people’s kids are bringing in.. 🙌🏾🙌🏾
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Prof. Steve Hanke Apr 18
Congratulations to Hon. Energy for his idea of imposing more price controls in entering Hanke's Dictionary of Economic Stupidity. Another great Zim idea on how to further destroy Zim's economy. Happy 39th Birthday, Zimbabwe.
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iamShayBae Apr 15
The media totally ignores what happened in but are all over the burning within a week of each other. Hundreds of Africans lost their lives and still many more homeless and starving after the cyclone destroyed and kill so many, and the world remained silent. 😞
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Prof. Steve Hanke Apr 14
As I predicted, 's RTGS$ has sunk like a stone. Zim's inflation rate reflects just that. Accurately measured for 4/13/19, Zim's annual inflation rate is 207%/yr, the second highest in the world.
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Shakespeares' Son Apr 21
This thing of Bulawayo artists opening a show for Harare artists in Bulawayo is nonsense! Curtain raisers in our home ground!Do Harare artists open for Bulawayo artists in Harare?
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Sylvester Mungombe Apr 17
I don't know what to celebrate for all I've seen is suffering since I became a young man, I've neva really enjoyed the fruits of this country its always fear for the future. Hope has dwindled, 39 years with no fruits. God hear us😭😣🇿🇼🙏
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Prof. Mthuli Ncube Apr 14
IMF Managing Director confirms IMF support for : “I would like to reaffirm that we will be conducting a staff‑monitored program (SMP) with Zimbabwe. And it is particularly appropriate that we do that expeditiously...”
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