In an unexpected turn, Gideon Gono, the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, on Tuesday survived calls for his removal and was named chairman of the central bank's new governing board by Tendai Biti, the finance minister who has clashed repeatedly with him.
Nicholas Ncube, Edward Mashiringwani and Charity Dhliwayo, the central bank's three deputy governors who together with Gono formed the previous board, have been removed. The new board, of which Gono remains chairman, has nine other membe
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