G20 finance ministers meet in Sydney G20 finance ministers and central bankers meet in Sydney to discuss issues of interest to the world's largest economies. The meeting - to be hosted by G20 head Australia - will last for three days. Participants will focus on issues relating to the state of the world economy, including the recovery of the US and European Union economies, as well as a possible slowdown in China, which could blunt any recovery. There will also be discussion about ways to stimulate the world economy. Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe turns 90 Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe celebrates his 90th birthday today. Africa's oldest leader has presided over his country since independence in 1980, first as prime minister and then as president. However, his rule has been controversial. He has been instrumental in the seizure of white-owned farms and ruling that companies should be majority-owned by blacks. The economy at one stage collapsed due to land reform and hyperinflation, but recovered after the US dollar was adopted as the country's currency. Pan-democrats to push for Legco inquiry Civic Party lawmaker Claudia Mo Man-ching and People Power legislator Albert Chan Wai-yip will press for a formal inquiry under the Legislative Council (Powers and Privileges) Ordinance into the sacking by Commercial Radio of talk show host Li Wei-ling. Li alleged that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying was behind her sacking ahead of the broadcaster seeking to renew its licence. Commercial Radio has denied the allegation. Mo and Chan will state their case for an inquiry at the Legislative Council's weekly house committee meeting. Government to release January inflation figures The Census and Statistics Department will release consumer price index figures for January. The December 2013 figure came in at 4.3 per cent - the same as in the previous month. The underlying rate - netting out government relief measures - was slightly lower at 3.9 per cent. The underlying rate for 2013 as a whole was 4 per cent, which matched government forecasts. Top riders and horses hit Hong Kong The AsiaWorld-Expo will be turned into an equestrian centre from today until Sunday for the second edition of the Hong Kong Masters event. The only five-star equestrian event in Asia will bring together top horses and riders who will be competing for prize money of up to US$1 million. The biggest winner in last year's first edition was Frenchman Patrice Delaveau, who won four out of six competitions. He is here again to defend his titles. Hong Kong has been working to become an equestrian centre since 2008 , when Beijing granted it the right to host the Olympic equestrian events.