#BreakingNews: RBZ cuts e-transactions charges as cash crisis worsens

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is pleased to advise the banking public that it has agreed with the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe and Payment Systems Providers to reduce charges on electronic transactions in order to promote and encourage usage of electronic banking services.

By Shingie Lev Muringi 

Below is the full press statement from the governing body showing the new structure of tariffs on all electronic transactions.    

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