DIASPORA Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG), an investment vehicle fronted by Zimbabweans living in foreign countries, has set its eyes on modernising Zimbabwe’s railway network and reviving downstream industries. This comes as DIDG, which recently sealed a $400 million National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) recapitalisation deal, has started mobilising resources earmarked for the resuscitation of companies that used to supply critical inputs to the rail firm. “We recently acquired Fort Concrete from Grinaker which used to supply concrete sleepers, turnouts and calverts to NRZ. We are also looking at engineering companies that used to refurbish and maintain rolling stock for NRZ,” DIDG chairman Donovan Chimhandamba told The Financial Gazette. “Our aim as DIDG is that further to recapitalising NRZ, we need…