With half the nation reported to be facing food shortages, the latest figures released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNet) demand that the government should set up an independent investigation into where imported maize is going.
Talk about Mugabe’s exit plan and how the deal went sour continues, but apparently, the President who turned 79 this month is still very much in control.
Executives from Econet Wireless New Zealand which wants to be that country’s third mobile phone operator are in South Africa putting together a funding plan to get the network off the ground.
Although its net profit increased more than five-fold from $45.7 million to $269.3 million, and its sales shot up from $1.3 billion to $3.2 billion, Powerspeed Electrical says the figures were primarily a result of the decline in the Zimbabwe dollar.
Heavy engineering group Gulliver Consolidated says it has now consolidated its operations focussing on its core business of steel and steel engineering and it managed to achieve results that were ahead of inflation.