The central bank of Zimbabwe is investigating allegations of currency manipulation and pegging of prices at more than twice the official exchange rate.
According to a restaurant receipt circulated on social media which is linked to an outlet owned by Simbisa Brands, the largest fast-food operator in the country, is the focus of the Financial Intelligence Unit’s investigation. “Perpetrators shall be brought to book,” the central bank said Thursday in a Twitter post.
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