Interviews with Zimbabweans trading gold for bread


This video from February documents how Zimbabweans turned to digging up gold from rivers once shops no longer accepted the government’s currency. A tin of grain cost .1 grams of gold (approximately $3). Inflation has begun to subside as Zimbabwe’s government now allows shops to quote prices in foreign currencies, notably the US dollar.


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