RBZ Forex Auction Results – 12 April 2022

The Zimbabwe dollar has continued to lose value against the US dollar on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) forex auction.

On Tuesday, 12 April 2022, the weighted average fell to US$1: ZWL$150.2157 from US$1: ZWL$145.8721 which was reported by the RBZ the previous week.

In total, US$32.0 million was allotted this week, with the bulk of the allotment going to raw materials followed by machinery and equipment, the same as last week.

1 052 bids were received on the Small to Medium enterprises forex auction, with 989 accepted and 63 disqualified. The total number of bids allotted was 989.

On the main forex auction, a total of 426 bids were received, 389 were accepted and 37 were disqualified. The total number of bids allotted was 389.

The RBZ said bids with overdue CDIs, outstanding Bills of Entry (BOEs), and those with sufficient FCA balances were also disqualified.

Some bids were also allotted on a pro-rata basis.

Number of Bids Received :



MAIN FX88/2022


Number of Bids Disqualified :6337
Total Number of Bids Accepted :989389
Total Number of Bids Allotted :989389
Total Value of Bids Accepted :USD3,702,817.86USD28,340,493.17
Amount Allotted :USD3,702,817.86USD28,340,493.11
Highest Rate Received :160.0000160.000
Lowest Bid Rate Allotted :135.0000142.0000
Weighted Average Rate :150.2157


Raw Materials999,034.7612,472,455.22
Machinery and Equipment1,335,612.266,541,458.23
Consumables (Incl. Spares, Tyres, Electricals, etc)464,584.402,333,023.45
Services (Loans, Education, Dividends, Disinvestments, etc)390,693.302,072,381.50
Retail and Distribution (Incl. Food, Beverages, etc)315,999.452,673,241.77
Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals124,064.761,212,463.34
Paper and Packaging61,021.93985,469.66


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3 comments on “RBZ Forex Auction Results – 12 April 2022

  1. CLAIM: Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has reneged on his 2016 promise that he would resign if bond notes did not succeed.

    VERDICT: The central bank governor has gone back on his word

  2. Well, rigged voting, stupid greedy idiots who are only interested in maintaining their tax-free mercs ‘n perks and no viable opposition to zpf waiting in the wings. You lot in Zimbabwe really have a mess on your hands! Still, you were stupid enough to vote them back in from 1985 going forwards, so stop bleating about what you allowed to happen and have done nothing to stop!

  3. For a minute I thought the above picture was part of one of those “spot the differences”, but then, they’re so blatantly obvious, even a 3 year old could manage it. Said 3 year old would be more intelligent than those who voted zpf, and also not as greedy as certain individuals out there, whose sole intent was to keep their seat on a bench, along with all its trimmings!

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