Chalo Chatu:Today's featured article/May 30, 2018

From Chalo Chatu, Zambia online encyclopedia
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The One Hundred Kwacha banknote is a denomination of the Zambian currency. The reverse features the Freedom Statue in Lusaka, the issuing authority of legal tenders in Zambia, in the middle their is the National Assembly, the face value of the banknote in words in the lower left corner, and in numerals in the other three corners and the new printer imprint Giesecke & Devrient at the lower right corner, there is also a Buffalo. The Hundred kwacha notes were introduced by the Bank of Zambia for the first time in 1991. The earliest notes was the second the highest note after the K 500 until May 1996 when new (Full article...)