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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Govt invests $2bn in PSIPs

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU The Government has invested ZWL$2bn in Public Sector Invest­ment Programmes (PSIPs) to ensure effective implementation of national development projects. PSIP is the budgeting and...

Middlemen cause chaos on tobacco floors

MOSES MATENGA Businessman Muchadeyi Masunda says the problems faced by tobacco farmers this buying season were caused by the intrusion into the market of middlemen...

Tobacco contractors in US$200m scandal

LIVINGSTONE MARUFUTOBACCO contractors have been fingered in a US$200m scandal where they are said to be conniving with buyers to purchase the golden leaf at very...

Tongaat Hullet mulls diversification to beef production

PATRICK CHITONGO in Hippo Valley HIPPO VALLEY, (CAJ News) - ZIMBABWE’S sole sugar producing company, Tongaat Hullet, plans to venture into beef production as it diversifies its...

TIMB vows to bust tobacco mafia’s nest

Livingstone Marufu The Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) will crack down on all errant tobacco merchants and cartels as it moves to deal with...

Government considers import parity price for maize

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU The government is considering paying import parity prices for maize which will see farmers getting over $700 per tonne, in a move meant to encourage...

A golden-leaf effect on the eight consumer names  

Batanai Matsika Tobacco is Zimbabwe’s second biggest export-earning commodity after gold and the 2019 selling season has just kicked off.  Of course, agriculture remains a...

EU to inject €80m into Zim’s agric sector

Phillimon Mlanga The European Union (EU) will inject €80 million into Zimbabwe’s agriculture sector. Timo Olkkonen, the EU ambassador to Zimbabwe, disclosed this, this week, saying...

Zim to import 900,000 tonnes of maize: ZCFU

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU  Zimbabwe may import around 900,000 metric tonnes of grain this year to cover a deficit widened by two weather extremes - drought and...

Tobacco farmers hold firm to their crop

Livingstone Marufu  Tobacco farmers have continued to hold on to their crop amid reports that they have only delivered less than 10% of the golden...