ED gamble backfires

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa has got it all to do after the government's new measures to stabilise the country's sickly economy were rejected by a wide cross-section of the Zimbabwean populace — who feel that the steps taken by authorities this week will worsen their suffering, the Daily News can report.

Comments (6)

WE WANT OUR USD DOLLARS BACK, WE WILL NOT BUY THIS RTGS DOLLARS THING, WHERE DID RTGS DOLLARS COME FROM, WE NEVER BANKED ANY RTGS DOLLARS, WE TOLD THEM POINT BLANK - NO TO BOND NOTES BUT THEY WOULDNT LISTEN. TODAY YOU COME SAYING NYOPORO NYOPORO GO TO HELL.

Ballista - 4 October 2018

Mnangagwa has failed must resign. Go and rest old man.

Baba Mary - 4 October 2018

No we are not going to loose this time around, action vakomana, docility will not work. The best way to deal with a mafia is to turn mafia style, mari dzinoenda takatarisa, hapachadi kunzwisisa apa.

Mandla - 4 October 2018

This the multi currency system Mnangagwa talked about when opeing parliament, there is a new currency RTGS Zollas, kunyuura uku.

Mandla - 4 October 2018

By all means widen the tax base, put a tax on ALL electronic transactions but make it REASONABLE - 0.5% AND reduce the VAT and/ or paye! 2% tax effectively means we are paying 17% VAT

Pragmat - 4 October 2018

Mthuli has just proved he is not qualified to be the Minister of Finance on the onset. Mnangagwa, seek advice from other developed/developing countries.

ralph - 4 October 2018

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