Zimbabwe will continue using a selection of foreign currencies for the next two years, Elton Mangoma, the southern African country's minister of economic planning said at a conference in Harare last week.
The Zimbabwe Herald, a national newspaper, reported on Monday that Mangoma, a member of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change party, said that the system, which was adopted in January last year following the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar, would continue at least
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