President Robert Mugabe has failed to run the country to the extent that if Zimbabwe were a company, he would have long been fired, Binga North Prince Sibanda told Parliament last week.
The ZSE industrial index last week advanced 1.56 percent to 137.47 points on gains by big cap counters.
The clothing retail group, Truworths has reported a 36 percent drop in revenue for the six months to January 8, 2017, from $12.15 million last year to $7.79 million on the back of waning demand.
Zimbabwe’s largest short-term insurer, Nicoz Diamond on Friday reported a 41 percent drop in net profit to $959 798 in the full year to December 31 from $1.64 million in the previous year after its regional operations suffered from unstable economies.
Results of the $130 million Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Rights issue which opened on 20 February will only be known next week but the securities will be listed tomorrow.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is one of the leading contenders to succeed President Robert Mugabe says there is no headache at all about who will succeed the 93-year-old.
The revival of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company in Redcliff could bring back to life three major state-enterprises which have become a drain to the national fiscus – the National Railways of Zimbabwe, Hwange Colliery and the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today met opinion leaders from Goromonzi and it was now clear that people wanted Tsvangirai to lead the coalition that will contest President Robert Mugabe in next year’s elections, his spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka said in a statement.