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Angry depositors ran amok at a bank in central Harare on Monday, breaking down a door and smashing windows after money ran out to pay withdrawals as cash shortages worsen.

Tea and sympathy: Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson in Disney's 'Saving Mr Banks'

Saving Mr Banks: Film review - a sugar coated, disingenuous marketing exercise for Disney

(PG) John Lee Hancock, 125 mins Starring: Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Paul Giamatti, Jason Schwartzman, Bradley Whitford

£3bn: the total price-tag for Christmas gadgets

As expected, it's tablets and smartphones that will be getting most of the attention this Christmas

What a cracker: James Stewart in Frank Capra's 'It's A Wonderful Life'

It's A Wonderful Life to get sequel almost 70 years after original

The timeless festive film is to be remade with a Dickensian storyline twist

Funeral for a friend: Helen Heraty, who lost her partner during the filming of ‘Storyville: Hotel Folly – Folie a Deux’

Grace Dent on TV: Storyville: Hotel Folly – Folie a deux, BBC4

This was like being slowly televisually strangled, but I couldn't turn it off

The Fashion Audit: Skin tight, Commando Red Carpet and Swinging Santa

What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...

Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Lenders first, their critics second – the mistake MPs couldn’t afford to make

It must have seemed a good idea at the time. But you had to wonder, seeing their representatives lined up in front of the Business Innovation and Skills Select Committee, whether the off-the-back-of-the-lorry company names help their branding as public spirited pillars of the financial services community: Wonga, Mr Lender, QuickQuid. How confidence-inspiring is that?

Tiger Woods holds the winner's trophy after the final round of The Players Championship (Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Tiger Woods wins Players Championship after Sergio Garcia hits water

Who needs friends when you have an enemy like Sergio Garcia? Tiger Woods did not so much win the Players Championship as fish it out of the water after Garcia’s challenge drowned at the penultimate hole.

Sergio Garcia, left, and Tiger Woods, right, had another frosty round

Tiger Woods wins Players Championship after Sergio Garcia hits water

Who needs friends when you have an enemy like Sergio Garcia? Tiger Woods did not so much win the Players Championship as fish it out of the water after Garcia’s challenge drowned at the penultimate hole.

Ben Chu: Deutsche's capital gains

Outlook Bank shareholders don't like capital issuances. Investors simply won't buy the equity. That's, at any rate, what we're often told by banks' management teams, as they complain about regulators' demands for them to build up their safety buffers.

James Moore: If it's money you love, keep an eye on Cupid

Outlook Well, someone certainly loves Cupid. The dating website that has been the subject of some unattractive reports about its business practices was still in the clouds yesterday, although its shares haven't quite made up all the ground lost after the BBC shot a poisoned arrow through its heart.

Frankel at Banstead Stud, Newmarket

That Frankel’s an absolute stallion

If you think your Valentine’s Day is going to be romantic, it won’t be a patch on Frankel’s.

Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake

Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake - iDrive

It’s not big but the new Mercedes Shooting Brake is certainly beautiful

Bank staff charged over fraud

Eight people have been charged in connection with a series of fraudulent business loans made through a high-street bank to the value of about £35m.

Parkinson's sufferer wins six figure payout from GlaxoSmithKline over drug that turned him into a 'gay sex and gambling addict'

Father-of-two says he developed an uncontrollable passion for gay sex and gambling - at one point even selling his children's toys to fund his addiction

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