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The door remains ajar on the latest round of New Zealand-Zimbabwe cricket relations, subject to changes in the political landscape in the impoverished African nation.

The scheduled tour comprising three ODIs in July was yesterday put off until June-July next year, after a meeting between New Zealand Cricket chief executive Justin Vaughan and Zimbabwe's representative on the International Cricket Council, Ozias Bvute, at the ICC meeting in Johannesburg.

And with New Zealand's end-of-year tour to Pakistan a strong chance to be called off, it means a lean international year ahead for the national side.

Rather than scrap the tour, Vaughan said he acceded to a request from Bvute, a close crony of despised Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, to provisionally reschedule the visit.

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