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Getting women in the driver’s seat of Africa’s agribusiness revolution

More African female agripreneurs must be supported to grow and progressively transition into the business segments of agricultural value chains which are most profitable Monica Musonda, CEO of Zambian food processing company Java Foods (https://Java-Foods.com/),  certainly faced hurdles in her rise to the top, but she overcame them. “Although the barriers to entry

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2 killed, 12 High School pupils rushed to hospital as lightning wreaks havoc in Manicaland

Two people have died in Chimanimani over the past few days following heavy hailstorms being witnessed across the district. Meanwhile at least 12 Mutambara High School pupils are recovering from hospital after suffering lightning shocks following last night’s heavy thunderstorms that hit the district. Chimanimani District Development Coordinator, Mr John Misi has,

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Heavy rains, strong winds, hail, flash floods and lightning to hit Zimbabwe, Met Department predicts

Citizens have been urged to take precautionary measures against heavy rains, in excess of 50 millimetres in 24 hours coupled with hail, strong winds and lightning starting from today. Manicaland, Matabeleland South, Masvingo and southern areas of Midlands could be the most seriously affected according to the Meteorological Services Department (MSD)’s

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