Zimbabwe to have its own currency

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s top priority is to ensure Zimbabwe has its own currency so as to stimulate economic growth and build investor confidence in the country, an official has said.

According to NewZimbabwe.com, Special Advisor to the President, Chris Mutsvangwa, said this on Tuesday during a meet the people rally to introduce his wife Monica Mutsvangwa as new Minister of State for Manicaland.

“One thing for certain which touched President’s heart was the issue of re- introducing our own currency; that matter has generated a lot of interest amongst investors from South Africa, China even in the European Union who want to see this country progressing.

“President Mnangagwa is being accepted across the world with various countries pledging to work and assist the country to retain to its former glory.

“He has the goodwill to do it. That goodwill will give confidence for the re- introduction of our local currency. We will then start to rebuild our country with a stable currency so that we develop as people,” said Mutsvagwa.

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