Protests and arrests accompanied the final day of Zimbabwe's currency exchange. As shops opened late Monday night to try to take advantage of last minute attempts by shoppers to dispose of old banknotes before they cease to be legal tender by midnight, 450 women from the Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) protest group marched to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe's Bulawayo offices. They delivered a petition letter to Gideo Gono, the central bank's governor and over 180 were arrested by riot police by
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