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Bond Notes not coming anytime soon,” says Chinamasa

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has indicated that the bond notes are not likely to hit the market anytime soon, as government is yet to...
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Bond notes won’t be forced at gunpoint,’ says Chinamasa

Zimbabweans would not be forced at gun point to use the controversial bond notes due to be introduced in October, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa...
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Zimbabwe finance minister says sanctions to blame for cash crisis

Zimbabwe’s finance minister blamed international sanctions on Sunday for a cash crunch that has forced the government to delay wages to soldiers and civil...
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$15bn diamonds revenue was not stolen: Chinamasa

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said Zimbabwe did not lose $15 billion in diamond revenue as claimed by President Robert Mugabe. Chinamasa, a long-time ally...
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Chinamasa trapped in London – Pictures

Zimbabwean demonstrators lay down in the road outside the conference in London addressed by Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa preventing him from leaving for...
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Chinamasa besieged in London

Zimbabwean Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa was besieged in London by angry Zimbabwean exiles and had to be rescued by a vanload of police. Chinamasa was...
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LATEST on Chinamasa’s son and $7 million found hidden in car...

Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa’s daughter, Gamuchirai, has rubbished Twitter rumours that her brother has been arrested with $7 million stashed in the boot of...
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No going back on bond notes says Chinamasa

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa  has declared that the planned introduction of bond notes to ease the cash crisis was non-negotiable, adding government was determined...
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LATEST on Planned Civil Servants retrenchment

HARARE: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) said it has recommended to government a raft of reforms that will save Treasury $400 million annually but...

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