“Surely we can’t allow a country to be run by people who threaten to kill when they get state power and machinery … I have to freely make my own decision without undue fear or intimidation ..."
State media carries phone call in which longtime president told opposition candidate Adama Barrow that he wanted to hand over power graciously
Mlambo said it is unlikely that the RBZ would introduce more bond notes to boost money supply.
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Yahya Jammeh has ruled tiny West African nation for 22 years
“We like President Mugabe … But we now need a new leader. Like Castro, he must hand over power to other people,” he said.
Magufuli and business mogul Strive Masiyiwa of Econet Wireless Zimbabwe were picked by guest editors, including Carlos Lopes, Acha Leke, Winnie Byanyima and Ory Okolloh.
Protesters carried placards on Wednesday and chanted slogans denouncing the new currency, called bond notes, which they fear will become worthless
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Police informed ZCTU that the organization has nothing to do with the bond notes, which the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe claims are designed to boost the country’s exports.