Dr Tony Monda

Money, value and values…futility of ‘storing’ value without values 

This is an abridged version of an article that was first published in The Patriot on May 29 2020 By Dr Tafataona Mahoso DOMINANT elites in Zimbabwe’s economic history have always relied on pushing self-fulfilling prophecies. They start with a position which favours their minority interests.  They then...

Unpacking Zim’s monetary policy, ZiG

THE latest Monetary Policy Statement and structured currency that was presented to the nation by the new RBZ Governor, Dr John Mushayavanhu, on Friday last week presents both challenges and opportunities for the country’s quest for a fresh trajectory. The vultures that destroyed our currency...

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