US$200m deal under threat


A US$200 million deal between Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) and the state-run Grain Marketing Board (GMB) is under threat after Agriculture minister Joseph Made recently appointed Rockie Mutenha as new GMB general manager instead of GMAZ chairman Tafadzwa Musarara as initially agreed.

Staff Writers.

Government sources said GMAZ is now threatening to pull out of the deal because Musarara was overlooked despite an initial mutually agreed arrangement with government over the issue. This is further worsened by that Musarara reportedly came first in the official selection...

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