Mugabe left $10 million, a farm and two houses
The $10 million (nine million euros) was in a foreign currency account with a local bank, the Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ), the report said.
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During his presidency, Mugabe, who styled himself as a leftwing radical, was reported to own several farms that were seized during his controversial land reforms.
Only one farm is listed on the inventory of his assets.
His other properties, according to the list given to the High Court include two houses in posh suburbs of the capital, Harare; his rural homestead in Zvimba; a two-hectare (five-acre)farming plot in Zvimba and a five-acre orchard.
Mugabe left $10 mln, a farm and two houses
According to the World Bank, extreme poverty is likely to affect 5.7 million Zimbabweans this year — equivalent to 34 percent of the population, after 29 percent in 2018.
Gross domestic product is likely to contract by 7.5 percent in 2019, it says MISPLACED PRIORITIES, LEADERSHIP FAILURE