DIDG executive chairman Donovan Chimhandamba A DELEGATION from South Korean firms, Dong Ah Construction Industrial Company, Korean Engineering and Construction Group (Kenca) and Trapeace Holdings is in the country to explore water, roads and energy projects worth over a billion dollars. The South Korean firms’ foray into Zimbabwe is in partnership with the Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG), a grouping of over 1 000 non-resident Zimbabwean professionals targeting infrastructure investments in the country. DIDG has partnered Transnet in a joint venture that won the $400 million tender to recapitalise the National Railways of Zimbabwe. The Seoul-headquartered Dong Ah Construction Industrial Company has undertaken major civil engineering projects in its native South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Libya and…