How Zimbabweans are reacting to bond notes on Twitter

The bond notes are officially out after being released today.  We  went to the bank bright and early today to get some of the new currency.

Here is a collection of some of the more interesting reactions from Zimbabweans on Twitter.

 

It never rains but pours! Literally #BondNotes pic.twitter.com/tcgsbA7qcP

— Baynham Goredema (@bayhaus) November 28, 2016

 

Imagine if everyone in the world could magically call any piece of paper the equivalent of a US$ The stuff of dreams! #BondNotes #ThisFlag🇿🇼pic.twitter.com/rPbaE19Dbt

— Peter Ndoro (@peterndoro) November 28, 2016

Remember these?? Look how they started neka $5 bearer cheque #BondNotes #RBZBond pic.twitter.com/UWeyUYY6a8

— Grootman (@Sir_Zachi) November 28, 2016

This #bondnotes thing has naughty landlords looking at tenants thinking how they wish they pay rent in “kind” instead this month

— josia (@JosiahManhuku) November 28, 2016

Just hoping these #BondNotes are the straw that breaks the camels back and instead lead to the change we need! #changeiscoming

— Micaela Hamilton (@micaelazim) November 28, 2016

We are currently witnessing one of the biggest scams in history… Who just prints paper and determines it’s value? #BondNotes

— Claude Kamangirira (@ClaudeJrK) November 28, 2016

Zimbabweans sense of humour in the midst of a socio-economic catastrophe :

US$5 + Bond Note 5 = 10 Bollars!
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂#BondNotes #Zimbabwe

— Miss Yeta (@missmalumo) November 28, 2016

Day One: #BondNotes trading at Bond100 for US$70 on the black market ( Roadport, Harare).

— Village Idiot Abroad (@Vokal_DaPoet) November 28, 2016

https://twitter.com/Wamagaisa/status/803221137312350208/photo/1

 

One to One neDhora? Tegee tichiwonawo! @ZishiriJ @Rex27

— Alex T Magaisa (@Wamagaisa) November 28, 2016

Not a currency says RBZ. Sure looks like a currency to me. All the features are there. Oh ya, except it won’t hold any value. #BondNotes pic.twitter.com/obyNbnbuzl

— Harry Davies (@DaviesHarry) November 28, 2016

According to @HeraldZimbabwe, “the majority of people” are optimistic that bond notes will solve the cash crisis.

Majority? pic.twitter.com/GxpzPlo81m

— Zim Media Review (@ZimMediaReview) November 28, 2016

They are experts in turning things to majority. Remember mega deals, landslides victories etc. https://t.co/h2wk9LpP50

— Sir Kareji (@ShamizC) November 28, 2016

 

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