Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe says he has heeded the call to declare all assets outside the country - but they amount only to two properties in South Africa and one in Hong Kong.
Days after he was inaugurated in November last year, Mugabe's successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, announced an amnesty for the return of funds that had been sent illegally out the country.
The amnesty expires tomorrow, and Mugabe and his wife Grace told reporters invited to their "Blue Roof" mansion in Harare this week that they had complied with it.
They said they had declared two properties in South Africa and another in Hong Kong whose ownership was in dispute, and insisted they had no cash invested abroad.
"In South Africa I bought a dilapidated house, I wanted to bring it down, demolish some parts and to renovate the house," Grace said.
"We are honest people, we have no money outside. We don't have a house in Dubai. We rented a house there when our son was studying there, but then he decided to go to South Africa to finish his studies."
Earlier this month, Mnangagwa said only $250-million (about R3-billion) had been returned to Zimbabwe during the amnesty, compared with the total of $1.3-billion that is estimated to have been sent out of the country during Mugabe's rule.