Zimbabwe's Gono facing intimidation

A fire has swept through maize crops at a farm belonging to Zimbabwe's central bank chief Gideon Gono, with suspicion it was arson.

The fire broke out at Gono's farm in Norton, 40km from the capital Harare on Friday, four days after Gono said Zimbabweans had less than a month to hand in small amounts of old banknotes to the banks.

Police have begun investigations into the blaze amid suspicion it may have been deliberately started, the state-run Sunday Mail said.

The Mail also raised fears for Go

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