International Monetary Fund Africa director Abdoulaye Bio-Tchane said Zimbabwe's government had shown little sign of coming to grips with its mounting economic problems, promising more hardships amid sharply rising political tensions.
"It depends on how much the people in the country can take," Bio-Tchane told Reuters in the interview
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