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Boost horticulture output, farmers told

Africa Moyo Senior Business Reporter Local farmers can benefit from the $90 billion global horticulture sector and make rich pickings if they grow to standard, most of the demanded crops such as tomatoes and onions, ZimTrade CEO Mr Allan Majuru has said. Mr Majuru said this in Harare recently while …

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Bosso march on

ter the break through Simbarashe Sithole following a goalless first half, Highlanders equalised in the 72nd minute through an unlikely source in left-back Mbongeni Ndlovu. With the match seemingly headed for the dreaded penalty shoot-out, substitute Newman Sianchali blasted the ball past goalkeeper Steven Chimusoro to give Highlanders the winner …

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Chitembwe’s Wisdom pays off

WITH just a minute left, and the match looking to end in a stalemate, Lloyd Chitembwe hauled off first choice goalkeeper Prosper Chigumba, replacing him with Chris Mverechena. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Wisdom Mutasa celebrates after scoring the goal that decided the winner between Caps United and ZPC Kariba in a …

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US, Australia endorse Zim tourism brand

Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls Australian and United States’ consuls met tour operators in Hwange and Victoria Falls where they reaffirmed their countries’ renewed support for Zimbabwe as a safe destination. The US leads the arrivals pack in Victoria Falls and Hwange, commanding 35 percent while Australia is third after …

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Zim banks line up climate finance

Climate Story Jeffrey Gogo Zimbabwean banks have lined up funding for climate projects in a big way. Much of the money is earmarked for projects that curb carbon emissions through renewable energy use in homes, universities, farming and businesses. A total of $220 million has been mobilised – or is …

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