All Zimbabwe articles – Page 3

  • Lonrho logo

    Former Capespan director joins Lonrho


    Ben Ward named as CEO of group's agribusiness division, a major supplier of fresh produce to international clients

  • Opportunity for Zimbabwe as Emirates touches down

    Opportunity for Zimbabwe as Emirates touches down


    Emirates airlines says there is an opportunity for Zimbabwean horticultural producers to reach out to the world by using its global network after the airline’s inaugural flight to the country landed on Wednesday.

  • Africa BioFach

    Africa back big for BioFach


    Africa will once again enjoy a large presence at next week’s BioFach fair, with a combined pavilion for over 100 sub-Saharan groups

  • Ghana bananas

    Africa awaits green revolution


    Can Africa live up to its potential and emerge as an abundant source of produce in the 21st century?

  • Tesco Zimbabwe peas

    Tesco stops sourcing from Zimbabwe


    Retailer cuts supply amid growing international pressure but says it remains committed to helping growers and exporters "by other means"

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    Zimbabwe exports lifeline


    Exports of fresh produce to the UK are proving a lifeline to the families of Zimbabwean horticulture and packhouse workers who would otherwise face starvation.

  • Tesco stands by Zimbabwe imports

    Tesco stands by Zimbabwe imports


    Tesco has defended its imports of peas and beans from Zimbabwe, after MP Peter Hain condemned UK supermarkets for selling produce from the devastated African country.

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    Zimbabwe plays down exodus fears


    Concern over an exodus of skilled labour from Zimbabwe’s horticulture sector has been grossly exaggerated, according to the country’s Horticultural Promotion Council (HPC).

  • Zimbabwe's producers are to get the PIP.

    PIP’s first steps in Zimbabwe


    The ColeACP-run Pesticides Initiative Programme has made its first breakthrough in Zimbabwe, which is still ranked in the top 10 ACP exporters list.

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    Zimbabwe recovery to be based on horticulture


    A tour of the Horticultural Research Institute in Cairo convinced Zimbabwe’s minister of agriculture that his country’s horticulture sector holds the key to economic revival.

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    Zimbabwe flower exports expected to drop


    A total of 17,000 tonnes of cut flowers are expected to be exported this season from Zimbabwe, a drop of 6,000t on the year before

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    Help for Zimbabwe Farmers


    the Zimbabwe Agricultural Welfare Trust (ZAWT) makes fresh appeals for help from British farmers.