Top news items in major Zimbabwean media outlets

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HARARE, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- The following are the news highlights in Zimbabwe's major media outlets on Tuesday.

-- The Zimbabwe Labor Court is on Tuesday expected to make a determination on the legality of the 36-day mass job action by medical doctors who have repeatedly snubbed the employer's plea to return to work.

The doctors have also rejected offers tabled by the government. (The Herald)

-- Zimbabwean captains of industry and commerce on Monday asked Treasury to scrap or lower the controversial 2 percent intermediated money transfer tax (IMTT) imposed last year by finance minister Mthuli Ncube, saying it was an unsustainable additional cost to their already struggling companies.

The call came as various bodies representing industry and commerce appeared before the Felix Mhona-chaired Budget and Finance Portfolio Committee as part of the 2020 budget consultations. (NewsDay)

-- Parliament on Monday grilled Bankers' Association of Zimbabwe president Webster Rusere over a circular which was recently leaked on social media by one of their members announcing that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will control withdrawal of foreign currency from people's nostro accounts.

Rusere had appeared before the Felix Mhona-led Parliamentary Portifolio Committee on Budget and Finance to speak on the 2020 budget proposals. (NewsDay) Enditem

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