the basic monetary unit of Malawi and Zambia — see Money Table
Examples of kwacha in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebKardashian West has both majority ownership and creative control of Skims, which ships globally and can be shopped for online in currencies including the Turkmenistani manat and the Malawian kwacha.
Christina Binkley, WSJ, 25 Oct. 2021 The doctors are still waiting for a CT scan; the test was delayed because the family couldn’t afford the 900 kwacha ($66) fee, McDonald says, and had to wait several days for a subsidy to be granted by social workers.
Oliver Staley, Quartz Africa, 30 Dec. 2019 Under a new executive order that came into effect in March, owners of domestic boreholes are for the first time required to pay a one-off fee of 250 kwacha ($25) to have their well licensed.
Danstan Kaunda, The Christian Science Monitor, 16 May 2018 Failure to register a borehole can result in a maximum fine of 30,000 kwacha ($3,000) or imprisonment for up to 12 months, according to the new rules.
Danstan Kaunda, The Christian Science Monitor, 16 May 2018 On Monday, the kwacha weakened 1 percent against the dollar, the most globally, to its lowest level in almost six weeks.
Paul Wallace, Bloomberg.com, 19 Feb. 2018
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