February 23, 2019
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Biti labels RBZ Governor Mangudya a thief

MDC deputy national chairman and former Minister of Finance Tendai Biti has labelled Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor John Mangudya a thief who has just devalued people’s salaries through his Monetary Policy Statement. Mangudya announced the 2019n Monetary Policy Statement in Harare yesterday. Said Biti: “(Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John) Mangudya Continue Reading:

Business reacts to monetary policy statement

RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor John Mangudya yesterday announced the eagerly awaited monetary policy for 2019, in which he liberalised the trade of foreign currency and effectively declared the real time gross settlement (RTGS) dollar as the local currency. Below are reactions from analysts, economists and industrialists: Godfrey Kanyenze, director for Labour and Continue Reading:

RBZ will not introduce new currency today: Tendai Biti

FORMER Minister of Finance Tendai Biti has predicted that today’s Monetary Police Statement (MPS) to be presented by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor John Mangudya “will lack the thunder of a new currency.” Biti, who is also Harare East legislator as well as opposition MDC Deputy National Chairperson, had last week sensationally claimed that […]Continue Reading:

‘Mnangagwa worse than Mugabe’ – Chamisa

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa on Monday attacked President Emmerson Mnangagwa for allegedly meddling in the courts adding that the incumbent was more cruel than his predecessor Robert Mugabe. Chamisa was addressing the media outside the Harare magistrates’ court soon after party MP and deputy national chair, Tendai Biti was handed a wholly suspended six month […]Continue Reading:

Tendai Biti convicted

LEADING Zimbabwean politician Tendai Biti has been convicted of illegally declaring opposition leader Nelson Chamisa the winner of last year’s disputed presidential election. Mr Biti violated electoral legislation by preempting the official announcement, and undermined the authority of the electoral commission, a magistrate ruled. At least six people were killed two Continue Reading: