The Zimbabwean government published the much anticipated list of state funds stashed in foreign accounts, otherwise popularly known as “Externalized Foreign Currency and Assets.”
The list was constructed of three broad categories of defaulters. The categories were as follows:
- Funds externalised through non repatriation of export proceeds
- Funds externalised through payment of goods not received in Zimbabwe
- Funds externalised to foreign banks in cash or under spurious transactions.
In total, the government had expected over 1.4 trillion dollars to be surrendered. Category one per the record had over $526 million to be retrieved but a little over $289 million was received. Category two with $177 million produced $52 million while Category three which had $714,204,171 produced $250 dollars.
You can download the full list as a PDF below:
None because all interesting ones were not on the list!!!
— Pery Wepuu (@Mureyani) March 20, 2018
Haa ini ndanga ndichingoda kuziva hangu madirectors emacompanies acho
— Godfrey Chikunguru (@aka_tembo) March 20, 2018
But lets be real yall, do you blame these companies? Would you sit back and watch your million US dollars get turned into bond notes. If you need production material you have to go thru RBZ for USD… come on
— T-Lion (@t_lionmusic) March 20, 2018