Markets can be manipulated by unscrupulous people. By Venon Chamba EXAMPLES galore evidently show us that many Africans — and Zimbabweans in particular — have very little understanding of markets. An interesting example, to put things into perspective, is the imported second hand reconditioned cars from Japan. How can anyone in their right senses exchange $5 000 for a car that is worth $500! Yes the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is more than happy to take its dues, but still there is no justification for such unfair trade practices. The cars are not wanted in their country of origin so they are shipped to Africa where suddenly their value is miraculously restored. Do Africans really know what…