The survey was published in the magazines April 2012 edition. The top companies were determined by market value by one of the leading magazines on the continent.
Telecommunications giant Econet was ranked 129, Innscor 215 while Delta was ranked 236.
Econet leads with market capitalisation of $677m, while Innscor is valued at $293m and Delta $237m. Of the three mobile phone operators in the country, Econet is at the top with 6,4m users followed by Telecel and Netone respectively in terms of subscriber base.
According to the survey, African stock exchanges performed well in January and February 2012 with only Zambia and Zimbabwes bourses recording poor performances.
Meanwhile yesterday Plan International Zimbabwe an Non -governmental organisation involved in food distribution has been voted the best employer at the Zimbabwe 2011 best employers awards.
The results of the best employer are from data collection which began in November last year and lasted up to February 2012. A total of 5116 responses were collected for this survey by Industrial Psychology Consultants.
According to Plan International Zimbabwe's website, the NGO has been operating in Zimbabwe since 1986, helping poor children to access their rights to quality education, food, health services and safe water.
BancABC Zimbabwe was voted second best employer while World Vision Zimbabwe and Quton (Pvt) Ltd were voted third and fourth respectively.
Ernst and Young Chartered Accountants where rated fifth ahead of Schweppes Limited which was sixth.
Securico Security Services and Pearl Properties were number seven and eight, while Trust Bank Limited and Clover Lear Motors Group were rated ninth and tenth.