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Don’t you just hate it when you scratch your recharge card far too vigorously, and accidentally delete one or more of the numbers, and then have to try and guess what they might be?!
Munyaradzi Kereke is a former lieutenant of the current Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor, Gideon Gono.
Munyaradzi Kereke has written a letter to Gideon Gono, making a large number of sensational allegations. It makes for interesting reading, but as with any matter of dispute, we take the allegations with the requisite scepticism.
I have very strong opinions on issues like change, customer service and corporate feedback.
For months I railed against retailers who steadfastly refused to remedy the change situation. I whined incessantly about Innscor in general, and Nando’s in particular, regarding their practice of pricing their products for change, without providing the change itself!
We all know how it feels to stand in queue at the border, whilst the world’s slowest customs agent does his thing, not giving a toss about you or anyone else. Some had the same trouble yesterday, and made sure to fill out a feedback form.
According to the Zimbabwe Independent, the Federal Reserve will now supply coins and replace soiled notes held by Zimbabwean banks.
For those of us who have been crying about the issue of change for months now, this will come as a welcome relief. As a caveat, the story contains no quotes or official statement from the Americans themselves, just Finance Minister Tendai Biti talking up the agreement, as if he needed to.