ZIMBABWE

(dollar = 100 cents)

80-ZWD

Last 120 days

Text Box: 	The Zimbabwe dollar was introduced in 1980 to replace the Rhodesian dollar at par (1:1) and at a similar value to the US dollar .
	After period of hyperinflation and 3 redenominations it was abandoned as an official currency in 2009 and replaced with multi currency system (USD, ZAR, GBP, BWP, INR)
	On 24 June 2019, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe abolished the multiple-currency system and replaced it with a new Zimbabwe dollar (the RTGS Dollar),[9] which was the only official currency in the country between June 2019 and March 2020, after which multiple foreign currencies were allowed again. 
Text Box: Import / Export restrictions:
	Foreign currency:
  In: free
 Out: permission of Reserve Bank if more than 500 USD
	Local currency:
  In: forbidden
 Out: forbidden
Oval: to the rates

RDGS Dollars NOTES in circulation (2019+)

$ 200 (to be introduced in 2021)

$ 100 (to be introduced in 2021)

$ 50 (to be introduced in 2021)

$ 20 (2020)

$ 10 (2020)

$ 5 (2020)

the 2009 series dollars (NOT IN USE SINSE 30.06.2009)

500 dollars (2.2.2009)

100 dollars (2.2.2009)

50 dollars (2.2.2009)

20 dollars (2.2.2009)

10 dollars (2.2.2009)

5 dollars (2.2.2009)

1 dollar (2.2.2009)

some no valid 2006-08 Notes

10 million dollars (2008)

5 million dollars (2008)

750 000 dollars (2007)

50 000 dollars (2007)

1000 dollars (2006)

1 dollar (2006)

Area

(sq km)

Population (2005)

Language/Ethnicity

Ethnicity / Religion

Life duration

GDP per capita

(world position)

390 580

12 236 805

English (official)

Sincretic(indigenous+Christian) 50 %

male 40.2

 

Harare 1 917 700

Shona, Ndebele...

Christian 25 %

female 38.03

2005 : 1 900 (185)

Bulawayo 965 000

 

Indigenous beliefs 24 %