Zimbabwe on Monday reduced duty on fuel but this did not have any impact because of the weakening Zimbabwe dollar.
Textile giant David Whitehead continued on its recovery path with sales increasing by nearly 300 percent from $4.1 billion to $16.3 billion.
Apex Corporation had an excellent year ending October with profit before tax increasing more than tenfold from $737.2 million to $7.8 billion.
Phoenix Consolidated Industries saw its sales improve from $2.5 billion in 2002 to $13.5 billion last year but it has invested heavily into four of its subsidiaries because it believes new and improved products have to be introduced to stimulate demand both locally and in the region.
Gulliver Consolidated had a rough but fruitful year with sales improving from $1.9 billion to $7 billion and net profit increasing from $213.3 million to $909.7 million.
Falcon Gold, one of the best performers on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange last year, produced 696 kg of gold last year, about 22 378 ounces, but it says this was 218kg lower than the previous year because of unfavourable conditions for large-scale gold producers.