Former Deputy Minister Reuben Marumahoko has admitted that the government of President Robert Mugabe has destroyed the nation because of bad decisions it has made over the years.
Innscor has reported a 16 percent growth in profit after tax to $18 million for the half year to 31 December 2016, from $15.8 million in the prior year.
Amalgamated Regional Trading (ART)’s chief executive, Tapiwa Ameer has quit the group, two years after his appointment, the company has said.
Portuguese conglomerate Mota-Engil has resumed mining at Hwange Colliery (HCC), four months after quitting over the coal miner’s failure to pay a $50 million debt, an official has said, but it remains unclear if it has been paid.
Zimbabwe today launched an international appeal for $200 million in aid to repair the country’s infrastructure which was damaged by floods. Earlier this month, the government declared the floods a national disaster.
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.