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Among the things Zimbabwean retailers will no longer be allowed to freely bring into the country are jam, mayonnaise, wardrobes and wheelbarrows.
But it was the restrictions on imported weaves and body lotions that really got tongues wagging on Monday.
"Synthetic hair products" are on a long list of goods that will now only be allowed into Zimbabwe upon production of a special permit that importers will have to apply for, according to state television.
Anger raged online for hours over what was widely seen as a 'weave ban' with some suggesting (and this was not entirely tongue-in-cheek) that the move could bring down the government.
Quipped well-known local journalist Nqaba Matshazi: "Quick question, if a Zimbabwean woman is seen with a weave in Zimbabwe, does that count as evidence of smuggling?" Zimbabwe is believed to have at least one local firm producing weaves but the vast majority of those on sale in major supermarkets, stores and dedicated 'hair' shops are imported.