Mbudzi people's market owner demands rentals in foreign currency

...


By Staff Reporter
More than one hundred shop traders at Mbudzi people's market opened shop late on Wednesday after the owner of the complex who was only referred to as Mr Felix demanded part of the  rentals in foreign currency giving them a seven day ultimatum to either pay the rent or leave the premises.
Mr Felix later allowed the traders to open after agreeing to sign new lease forms. Efforts to speak to Mr Felix were fruitless as he refused to talk to the media.
Meanwhile Industry and Commerce Deputy Minister Raj Modi says foreign currency shortages are affecting Ingwebu breweries plans to increase its capacity utilisation.
Deputy Minister Modi was speaking during a tour of the company on Tuesday.
==================

Advertisement
Live Now

Latest News

News ...
Chidhawu sworn in



By Staff Reporter
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has sworn in Minister for Harare Me...

Read More

News ...
158 students rescued by the Zimbabwe National Army


By Staff Reporter
One hundred and fifty-eight (158) students and twelve teachers from ...

Read More

News ...
President Mnangagwa, VP Chiwenga to visit most affected areas by cyclone Idai


By Staff Reporter
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to visit the most affected areas...

Read More

News ...
Cyclone Idai death toll rises to 89


By Maxwell Tapatapa
The cyclone Idai death toll has risen to 89.
This was said by ...

Read More

More