Geraldine Sibanda

Geraldine Jacquline Sibanda is a PhD student at the University of the Free State. Her PhD title is State Finance and Economic Planning in Post-Colonial Zimbabwe, 1980-2017. This work resonates with her interests which are money, finance, currency, political economy, and economics. For her master's she studied the contentious Zimbabwe hyperinflationary episode in a dissertation titled Institutional Responses to the Zimbabwe Economic Crisis: The Case of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s Quasi-Fiscal Activities, 1997-2009.

Her master's and Bachelor of Arts Hons Degrees were obtained from the University of Zimbabwe's Economic History Department. She is active on various platforms which discuss and seek solutions to problems associated with politics, social justice, and democracy in Africa. Her opinions are also made known online through Zimbabwe-based Radio VOP and She has a forthcoming publication with Tinashe Nyamunda titled, Historicising a Post-Colonial Financial System: The State, Hyperinflation and the Zimbabwe That Crisis Made.

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