Zimbabwe’s CBZ Bank Ltd., the country’s biggest lender, has begun voluntary job cuts as it deals with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic on the corporate landscape. Bloomberg reports that the bank needs to review its structures and operations to adapt to new ways of working, according to a memo from group Chief Executive Officer Blessing Mudavanhu. The southern African country has 20 registered banks including units of Nedbank, Standard Chartered, Standard Bank. Most local lenders have cut jobs over the past three years, according to Zimbabwe Bankers Allied Workers Union.