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Rebuilding the breadbasket

THRIVING: A young farmer in his field
THRIVING: A young farmer in his field

They say good news never sells so I guess this week’s column might be boring because I have decided to focus on the positive side of Zimbabwe.

Not that I am a negative person or unpatriotic but the bad things that happen around us always seems to dominate the space.

Life is so expensive for most of us as goods and services are charged in US dollar which is very much elusive for many.

My passport expired a few weeks back and to get a new one, I need at least US$350 (about P3, 500).

That is quite a lot of money for us here; raising such an amount takes a lot of time, unless if one is...

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