WABE has published an interesting article on using banknotes to teach about Black history. Courtesy of Harcourt Fuller.
This 10,000-kwanza specimen is dated October 2012. Apparently it was produced in case inflation necessitated a larger denomination note. It was previously unknown, and no “issued” notes are known, even as remainders. It’s possible the bank is holding them in reserve. Courtesy of Murtaza Abdeali (African Collectible).
On 4 July 2020, the Banque d’Algérie introduced a new 2,000-dinar note (B412a) and replaced the 200-dinar note with a new coin. Aymen Benabderrahmane, minister of finance, revealed on this occasion that the bank will issue new notes in November, on the occasion of the celebration of the start of
According to a press release dated 7 July 2020, the Banco Nacional de Angola is intoducing a new family of notes to commemorate the 45th anniversary of independence, declared on 11 November 1975 by Agostinho Neto, the first president of Angola, whose portrait appears on the front of the notes.