Zimbabwe: Govt Admits Zim Dollar Collapse, Pegs Passport Fees in U.S.$

GOVERNMENT on Wednesday admitted the Zimbabwe dollar has indeed collapsed, adding it was not helping in procuring passport production material which have seen the travel document applications’ backlog surpassing 250 000.

While Treasury insists the local dollar is the only viable currency in the country, businesses have long defied the 2019 mono currency policy.

Addressing journalists at a post-cabinet media briefing in Harare Wednesday, Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said the senior…

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