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Money and Economy in Zimbabwean history: A concise currency timeline

The Moniness of Money in Zimbabwe: Political but not economic independence Tinashe Nyamunda Equity, production and...

Money and Economy in Zimbabwean History: A Concise Currency Timeline

Money is Politics: The Lancaster independence compromise and its implications for monetary and economic development, 1979-1980 Tinashe Nyamunda

Money and Economy in Zimbabwean History: A Concise Currency Timeline

Money and the winds of change in the 1960s. Federal collapse, the Rhodesian rebellion, sanctions UN sanctions and the turn towards a post-sterling currency. Tinashe...

Money and Economy in Zimbabwean History: A Concise Currency Timeline

The US-UN multilateralism and global monetary order: Implications for Southern Rhodesia’s monetary developments, 1950 - 1960 Tinashe Nyamunda June 26, 2020 marked the 75th anniversary of...

Money and Economy in Zimbabwean History: A Concise Currency Timeline

The Second World War and its global monetary aftermath: The gradual shift from imperial – colonial links towards US-led liberalism, the 1940 - 1950 Tinashe...

Money and Economy in Zimbabwean History: A Concise Currency Timeline

The imperial makings of a local/national currency in colonial Zimbabwe: Money as a product of imperial and colonial politics and law; 1930-1940 Tinashe Nyamunda The Brookings...

The centenary of the arrival of Harare’s first flight

Jonathan Waters Tomorrow, June 11, marks the centenary of the arrival of the first aircraft in Harare carrying two passengers from Kadoma, and it...

Money in Zimbabwean History: A Concise Currency Timeline

Early State-making and the historical foundations of Zimbabwe’s colonial monetary system: 1890-1900 Tinashe Nyamunda What is money in Zimbabwe? Given the contentious and dynamic experiences in...

Celebrating Kariba’s Diamond Jubilee on May 17

Jonathan Waters SUNDAY May 17 marks the 60th anniversary since Kariba Dam was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. At 10:57am...

Rhodesia’s Daylight Saving Experiment of 1920

Jonathan Waters BRITAIN had introduced daylight saving during World War I ostensibly to save coal. While this has been found to be a fallacious argument...

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