Zimbabwe Looters Return U.S.$250 Million - Mnangagwa
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has extended the 3 month ultimatum he had given to those who had illegally taken foreign currency out of the country to return it. This comes amid indications that of the 1 166 cases, involving U.S.$1.3 billion, only U.S.$250 million has been retrieved. The original amnesty expired on February 28, but has since been extended by another 2 weeks, with Mnangagwa saying he will then name and shame the suspects.
Looters Return U.S.$250 Million - Mnangagwa
The Herald, 3 March 2018
President Mnangagwa yesterday said $250 million of the expected $1,3 billion had been repatriated to Zimbabwe in the last three months, with Government having extended by a further… Read more »
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa (file photo).
I Have a List of the Looters, Says Mnangagwa
The Source, 14 December 2017
Zimbabwe's new President, Emmerson Mnangagwa says he has a list of companies and individuals who spirited money into safe havens outside the country, and he will publicly shame… Read more »
Mnangagwa 'Ready to Name and Shame Looters'
New Zimbabwe, 1 March 2018
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will, this Thursday, release the "long" list of "patriotic" Zimbabweans who have complied with his three-month ultimatum to repatriate millions… Read more »
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has been urged to reveal the amount of money recovered since President Emmerson Mnangagwa issued a three-month amnesty window for the return of public ... Read more »
When he assumed office in November last year, President Emmerson Mnangagwa pledged rapid transformation of the economy and the general way of doing business in government, but in a ... Read more »
First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa's comments come after President Emmerson Mnangagwa gave a three-month ultimatum to individuals and institutions that misappropriated money, ordering ... Read more »
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