Zimbabwe's central bank chief resigns

Zimbabwe's central bank governor, Leonard Tsumba, has gone on leave with immediate effect. He planned to retire at the end of July but reports say he stepped down after criticism over the bank note shortage Zimbabwe currently faces.

Source: AFP

Zimbabwe's banking chief Leonard Tsumba has stepped down amid criticism of the central bank's handling of a crippling shortage of bank notes, the state-run Sunday Mail said.

The paper said Tsumba, the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe for the past

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