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The challenge for business in Zimbabwe's 'cash crunch'

20 June 2014 Last updated at 14:11 BST

Over the past decade, Zimbabwe has experienced various economic ups and downs.

There have been sanctions on the political leaders, economic collapse and hyperinflation - then a period of recovery following the introduction of the US dollar as the trading currency. Growth even peaked at 10%.

But in the past year, the economy has slowed and the new government is experiencing a "cash crunch".

Lerato Mbele speaks to local businesses about how they have been coping.

Watch: Africa Business Report

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