Though there was a significant slow down in demand for Cairns Holdings’ food division products, especially during the second half, price inflation pushed sales from $5.5 billion last year to $30.8 billion during the year ended August.
Isn’t it ironic that a person becomes a prime minister for five years, fights bitterly for the advancement of the black nationalist movement, offers land to ex-combatants and ends up being told he is not a citizen of that country?
Astra Industries, which was one of the best performers on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange last year, had a good year ending August with sales improving by 318 percent and net profit by 466 percent.
The clampdown on the financial sector, which is part of central bank governor Gideon Gono’s new monetary policy announced on December 18, is bearing fruit.
After waiting for nearly 12 years, former air force chief Josiah Tungamirai is finally going to contest the Gutu North seat, scheduled for February 2 and 3.