The Zimbabwean Parliament are weighing the possibility of paying in livestocks. Most specifically Cattles or Goats. The move is part of draft legislation on using movable property as collateral for loans.
The bill would not, however, compel any bank or other lender to accept these assets, constitutional law professor Fadzayi Mahere said.
Primary and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora earlier told the newspaper Sunday Mail that parents could also work for schools instead of paying tuition fees.
“Our schools have to be flexible and ensure those who do not have money to pay fees can work.
“For example, if there is a builder in the community, he/she must be given that opportunity to work as a form of payment of tuition fees,” the minister was quoted as saying.
The government in 2016 launched so-called bond notes, supposed to have equivalent US dollar values.
They have not won widespread acceptance among the population.