Jump to navigation

Zimbabwe

John Panonetsa Mangudya

Date of Birth: 5/10/1963
Place of Birth: Mutambara, Chimanimani


Displaying 1-10 out of 15 results.

Ncube wins foreign fans

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya's announcement that the bond notes the surrogate currency that he introduced over two years ago would be trading at free-market rates has not helped confidence given critically low levels of foreign reserves (AC Vol 60 No 4 Back to the future dollar)...


Back to the future dollar

In his monetary policy statement on 20 February Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya announced there would be an interbank foreign exchange market set up to determine the value of the bond notes...

READ FOR FREE

Destruction in his wake

There may be less debate over the terms of the government's economic reform programme because the details were outlined three years by a team led by Mnangagwa Chinamasa and Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya...


Loosing the bonds

Zimbabwe is a shareholder in Afreximbank and RBZ Governor John Mangudya is on its Board (AC Vol 57 No 15 Dollar crisis puts opposition on the streets)...


Dollar crisis puts opposition on the streets

Hostility within the government is mounting towards the plan which is championed by Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya and backed by President Robert Mugabe for a rapprochement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (AC Vol 57 No 13 Political questions loom as debt deal is set for September)...

READ FOR FREE

Dollar curbs anger bigwigs

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor John Mangudya has been forced to take drastic action to curtail money-laundering which financial sources in Harare say is at the centre of increasing concern...


Clearing decks and debts

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor John Mangudya said the country would use the country's Special Drawing Rights from the IMF to repay its debt of $110 mn...


End of ZANU-PF economics

Chaired by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor John Mangudya it includes one of his deputies Kupukile Mlambo; the Permanent Secretary in the Finance and Economic Development Ministry Willard Manungo; the IMF Resident Representative Christian Beddies; and World Bank and AfDB representatives...


Displaying 1-10 out of 15 results.