NRZ requires about $2 billion to turn around its fortunes. GOVERNMENT has awarded the tender for the $400 million recapitalisation of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) to South Africa’s Transnet, which is partnering a consortium of non-resident Zimbabweans in the project, The Financial Gazette can exclusively reveal. NRZ board chairman, Larry Mavhima, yesterday told The Financial Gazette that the Transnet-DIDG consortium had won the tender. “I can confirm that we have received correspondence from SPB (State Procurement Board) that the Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group, in partnership with Transnet, has won the tender to recapitalise NRZ,” Mavhima said. “DIDG’s bid price was $400 million, the amount which we were looking for. We have worked very hard…