At the peak of the hyper-inflation US$1 was equivalent to Z$64 trillion. By Francis Harawa MONEY has no problem with people. It is people who have problems with money. Money does not spend itself. It is people who spend it, wisely or foolishly — the proper word is squander. So, if the country is broke today, it is because the ruling elite has squandered the money, or has not had the discipline to adhere to one of the fundamental rules pertaining to borrowed money ­— pay back, with interest. There was nothing wrong with the “late” Zimbabwe dollar, which ZANU-PF politicians seek to resurrect. It did not commit suicide. They killed it. How? When Zimbabwe became…