Believe in yourself


Be content in your life only then will you be able to be happy.

Be content in your life only then will you be able to handle the storms in your life.

Learn to love yourself as you are today.

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Why you should have H&T Moneylenders on speed dial


Moneylenders are different from banks. We do our best to address your needs in the fastest way possible so you get access to the funds as soon as possible, once you meet our requirements, and have provided all the necessary information.

Our requirements are reasonable, and you’re guaranteed of professionalism, because we value our clients.

Visit our website at Hammer and Tongues Moneylenders for more information, or contact us on 0777 558 725/ 0771 326 918

Are you weathering unexpected problems?


Running a business includes confronting a series of risks. Some threats to your company could reduce your income or increase your costs. Very often, the way that companies can manage risks determines their success and, in many cases, their longevity. No matter how well you plan, unexpected problems arise from time-to-time. If you have to close because of foul weather, one of your employees wrecks the company car or some other unanticipated problem arises, you could find your business strapped for ready cash.

Without the resources to fix or even wait out some problems, your very profitable and solid business could even fail. When you know you can always draw upon a line of credit or another kind of financing, you can enjoy peace of mind. This is where Moneylenders comes in. You can get a loan in a short space of time because we understand the sensitive nature of emergencies and part of our disbursement is cash!

Visit our offices at Shop #1A Beverly Court, 100 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Harare where our friendly loan officers can assist you or call Tel: 04 794812/ 794808 

Did You Know?


  • A stack of dollar bills one mile high would be worth 14.5 million dollars.
  • Cattle (which include sheep, camels, and other livestock) are the first and oldest form of money. Each head of cattle was called a caput, which is Latin for “head.” So, a person with a lot of cattle had lots of caput or “capital,” a word still used today to describe money.
  • Throughout history, people have used many forms of money, such as soap, cocoa beans, elephant tail hairs, entire elephants, grain, animal skins, fishhooks, feathers, tea tobacco, bird claws, and bear teeth.
  • The Romans were the first to stamp the image of a living person on a coin. After winning in war, Julius Caesar featured his portrait on a coin in 44 B.C.
  • The Sumerians in ancient Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) were the first people to use ingots, the first form of metal money. The value of ingots depended on their weight.
  • In Old English pygg was a type of clay that was used to make jars and dishes that held money. The word eventually morphed into “piggy bank.”