By Kristen Bieler There is no direct English translation for the word “kumusha.” In Shona, it means “your home, your origin, your roots.” The term conjures the “feeling of belonging” rather than a physical place, explains Tinashe Nyamudoka, which is exactly...
Spear Capital, a Scandinavian private equity investment firm that holds minority stakes in various companies in Southern Africa, is invested in Zimbabwe dairy Dendairy and wholesaler Metro. The fund says it is tracking at least two possible new investments...
From a small factory at Chingoma Farm near Guruve, Zimbabwean chilli sauce maker Dr Trouble has begun exports to the United Kingdom, hoping to crack a sauce and condiments market forecast to grow to US$4 billion this year. Dr Trouble...
On Pinfields Farm at Ruwa, the blueberry harvest started two weeks ago, the early crop going to Woolworths shelves in South Africa, as the Zimbabwean blueberry harvest begins well ahead of South Africa. The 42 hectares of blueberries were established...
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