The List Of Econet Shops Where EcoCash Users Can Collect Remittance Funds In US$

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EcoCash Diaspora allows users to remit money from outside the country back into Zim. Little known ,however, is the fact that not all Econet shops allow EcoCash subscribers to remit money in US$.

There’s a select number of shops where people can remit in US$ and I’m sure having the information will be handy for subscribers using the service. Though the government has said and keeps saying the US$ and Bond notes are 1:1, this is not the reality on the ground.

Below is a list of Econet shops that allow subscribers to remit their money in US$:

  • Borrowdale
  • Herbert Chitepo
  • Graniteside
  • Econet Ruwa
  • Econet House
  • Livingstone
  • Msasa
  • Chisipiti
  • Ruwa
  • Econet Joina
  • Econet Avondale


  • Hunterfly
  • Bradfield
  • Bulawayo Main
  • Chitungwiza Makoni
  • Makoni
  • Zengeza 1 Container
  • Zengeza 2 Container
  • Huruyadzo Container
  • Chitungwiza T/Centre
  • Gweru
  • Kwekwe
  • Gokwe
  • Zvishavane
  • Mvuma
Mash East
  • Mutoko
  • Kotwa
  • Marondera
  • Murehwa
Mash West
  • Norton
  • Chegutu
  • Kadoma
  • Karoi
  • Chinhoyi
Mat North
  • Victoria Falls
  • Hwange
Mat South
  • Gwanda
  • Beitbridge
  • Plumtree
Mash Central
  • Bindura
  • Mt Darwin
  • Mvurwi
  • Chipinge
  • Rusape
  • Checheche
  • Buhera
  • Mutare Shop
  • Chiredzi
  • Masvingo Shop


Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, a subsidiary of Econet Wireless International, is the first and largest mobile network services provider in Zimbabwe. The telecoms giant became popular with its products and services such as Buddie. It has established branches in different corners of the country and enjoys... Read More About Econet

EcoCash is a mobile money transfer facility which is run by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe. The facility has grown in leaps and bounds since its inception and is arguably the largest mobile money transfer agent considering the huge sums of transactions that the platform is said... Read More About EcoCash


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  1. Heath says:

    what is the ransfer rate in these shops if i transfer in dollars

    1. Anonymous says:

      Article is a bit unclear. Remit in this case means receive. The question of exchange rates does not arise since you receive the US dollars that were remitted to you from a foreign country.

  2. Anonymous says:

    “EcoCash Diaspora allows users to remit money from outside the country back into Zim”. This is the only sentence where the word remit should have been used. The rest of the occurrences (including in the title) should be replaced with receive or maybe cash out.

  3. The man says:

    I hope this is not another gimmic by techzim Ive recieved money directly from abroad countless times only to be told there is no cash even bond notes, so how exactly does it work?

    1. Tensen says:

      Was about to point that out myself. Despite all these promises most branches will simply tell e they have no cash. If you want to remit cash stick with third parties and Mujuru. There are lines but lines mean people receiving cash.

  4. ziso says:

    Mukuru is the best kwete zvimwe zvese izvo.

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