Wake up industry!

READING the latest batch of quoted company results, one is struck by the various chairmen’s sheep-like use of the word “challenges”.

How sad they prostitute honesty and integrity by failing to call the situation what it is. 

To add insult to

injury, they try and make excuses, no doubt to “stay in government’s good books” by attributing the “challenges” to a poor agricultural season.  In fact, viable  farms, mostly with facilities to overcome droughts, were destroyed.
 
Successful civilisations and economies have been built on certain truths and values.  It is high time the captains of commerce and industry found the guts to set an example.

JK Morris,
Harare.

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