Zimbabwe's Gono pleads against IMF expulsion

Zimbabwe's central bank chief called on the IMF not to expel the country on Sunday 4 September and denied using undeclared foreign exchange to pay back part of the IMF debt.

"We have one request and one request alone, that is our creditors and the international community should not, as I have said before, take precipitous actions whose effect is to blunt or negate the turnaround efforts currently under way," Gideon Gono told the state-run Sunday Mail.

"Our non-payment of our dues to the IMF

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