This comes as the Zimbabwe dollar continues to lose its value against the United States dollar, which last week crashed to 25 against the coveted greenback.
“Through these platforms, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) is able to see who is doing what.
“This will involve the freezing of accounts, asset forfeiture and the cancellation of licenses, among other remedies. So, as long as banking platforms are being abused for currency manipulation and illegal activities, we are in a position to bring all culprits to book,” Chiduwa added.
Chiduwa also said Zimbabweans needed to understand that there was no quick fix for the country’s economic problems.