AS THE Zimbabwean economy continues to tank, businesses have warned the government against the temptation to impose price controls — to stem the rising prices of goods which have come on the back of rampaging forex parallel markets. This comes as Mangaliso Ndlovu, the country’s new Industry minister, has described the price increases as unjustified — indicating rather ominously that the government would come up with “appropriate interventions” for the hikes. It also comes as the debate for the adoption of the South African rand is intensifying — with captains of industry and economic experts saying this is the only way, at the moment, to insulate the economy from haemorrhaging further. It also comes as black market rates for the…