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Reports suggest the military and the police force have now been paid their June salaries, whereas nurses and teachers are to receive their dues between July 7-14.
Zimbabwean economist Liesl Louw-Vaudran told DW that she sees little chance of the military turning against the ruling party in the short term, even if their salaries are not paid on time.
"We know the regime will fall by 2018 [election year]." The Zimbabwean government, however, blames the unrest on outside forces.
State Security Minister Kembo Mohandi was quoted by local daily Times Live as saying the way the operations [protests] had been organized was unlike Zimbabweans.
He said the government must consult with the citizens of Zimbabwe before embarking on certain policies.
Nevertheless, paying the outstanding salaries is "probably a priority for the government at this point," Louw-Vaudran said.
There are ongoing talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the African Development Bank (Af DB) to approve loans for Zimbabwe that would enable the country to deal with its financial crisis.
Activities in Zimbabwe's main cities of Harare and Bulawayo virtually came to a standstill on Wednesday as most people stayed away.
According to local media, armed police were deployed to guard government owned media houses.
The latest call by the social media civic activist group #This Flag, for Zimbabweans to shut down the country, comes after police engaged taxi drivers in running battles in the capital Harare at the start of the week.