Zimbabwe's central bankers urged to go

Things aren't getting any less desperate in Zimbabwe, which is in the thick of a crippling cash crisis, now that parliament is demanding that the central bank management just leave.

"The management at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has failed the nation by not printing notes for the past 12 months and they should simply resign," said one Victor Chitongo.

He accused the central bank of being largely responsible for the crisis and admitted to finding the whole episode embarrassing. In his

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