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Zimbabwe: Hyperinflation Nation

Zimbabwe is one of the world's poorest countries, with the highest inflation rate. A little over a decade ago the rate was 90 sextillion percent year on year. The 100 trillion dollar bank note in circulation at the time wouldn't even cover the cost of a one-way bus fare in the capital Harare. The central bank is planning on introducing a new currency. But is this the solution, or just throwing good money after bad? Guests: Jacob Mafume Secretary for Elections for Zimbabwean Opposition MDC Party Nigel Mugamu Founder and CEO of Online News Publication 263Chat Bright Matonga Zimbabwe’s Former Deputy Information Minister

Are Western Sanctions Crippling Zimbabwe?

Are Western Sanctions Crippling Zimbabwe?

Is Zimbabwe Cracking Down on Dissent?

Is Zimbabwe Cracking Down on Dissent?

Zimbabwe currency: Trade unions threaten to call for mass protests

Zimbabwe currency: Trade unions threaten to call for mass protests

Zimbabwe Election: A new beginning?

Zimbabwe Election: A new beginning?

Africa Matters: Ugandan engineer sets shining example

Africa Matters: Ugandan engineer sets shining example

Africa Matters: Coins out of reach for everyday Zimbabweans

Africa Matters: Coins out of reach for everyday Zimbabweans

At least 5 people killed in shooting in Occupied East Jerusalem

At least 5 people killed in shooting in Occupied East Jerusalem

Gunman opens fire at Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran

Gunman opens fire at Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran

Sweden's Muslim community sends message of peace to politicians

Sweden's Muslim community sends message of peace to politicians

Africa Matters: South Africa Energy Crisis

Africa Matters: South Africa Energy Crisis

UN: Climate-related disasters caused 24M internal displacement

UN: Climate-related disasters caused 24M internal displacement

Police block roads and force their way into main airport

Police block roads and force their way into main airport

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vows to raise birth rate

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vows to raise birth rate

Alphabet to lay off 12,000 workers as AI focus intensifies

Alphabet to lay off 12,000 workers as AI focus intensifies

Beyond Borders: Marseille confidential

Beyond Borders: Marseille confidential

Taliban says extreme cold has killed more than 150 people

Taliban says extreme cold has killed more than 150 people

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