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A “Mosi-oa-Tunya” gold coin in Harare. 
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Zimbabwe’s central bank will offer 2,000 more gold coins to the public, a week after an initial sale saw “favorable uptake.”
The bank sold 1,500 gold coins during the first week of their release into the market, Governor John Mangudya said Monday in an emailed statement. They are sold in the local and foreign currencies by banks and approved dealers in the country. 


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