According to a Prensa Latina article dated 20 December 2019, the Banco Nacional de Angola has been authorized to introduce a new family of banknotes in 2020. The most commonly used denominations (200 to 2,000 kwanzas) will be printed on polymer substrate to increase longevity. The notes will be printed
According to a China.org.cn article dated 20 December 2019, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe plans to introduce new 10- and 20-dollar notes. Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the new notes will be introduced in the next few days as the government moves to contain persistent cash shortages. Mnangagwa said the
According to a Financial Times article dated 15 December 2019, France is reconsidering the French-backed CFA franc used by west and central African states since 1945 but that critics see as a colonial relic. Courtesy of Mark Irwin.
The 100-dinar note dated ١٩٩٤ (April 1994) has been confirmed with two varieties. B340a has the artist’s name (DOSOUGI) printed vertically at lower right front on notes with prefix K/1 – K/30. Notes (B340b) with prefix K/31 – K/237 are without the artist’s name. Courtesy Andrew Roberts.
According to a TélaNón article dated 27 November 2019, the Banco Central de São Tomé e Príncipe and De La Rue met to discuss replacing the defective 200-dobra note of 2016, which had been removed from circulation due to security flaws. Furthermore, the 5- and 10-dobra notes printed on polymer