Zimbabwe: Schweppes To Set Up 2 700ha Citrus Plantation In Beitbridge

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed beverages giant, Schweppes Holdings Africa Limited, through it's subsidiary Sunrise Citrus Estates, is planning to establish a 2 700-hectare citrus plantation in Beitbri


Kenya: Cane Growers Raise Alarm Over Impending Sugar Importation

Cane growers have raised alarm over an impending importation of 57,473 metric tonnes of sugar aimed to cover the deficit of the sweetener under Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) s


Kenya To Zero-rate Locally Value-added Tea, Says Munya

Kenya will zero-rate tax on local tea in order to allow value addition of the commodity in the country.


Uganda: All Systems Go For 2020 Tusker Malt Lager Uganda Open Golf Championships

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Kenya: Cuddling Has Saved My Marriage, Rufftone’s Wife Krystal Reveals

Gospel musician Krystal has revealed that cuddling was one of the major reasons that has enabled her six-year marriage to fellow gospel singer Rufftone to flourish.


Nigeria: Lipton Ice Tea Nigeria Wins Global Peace Challenge

Lipton Ice Tea Nigeria has won the 2020 Global Peace One Day Challenge as its entry was adjudged the best out of 130 entries from over 100 countries.

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Zimbabwe: Vaya And Thumela Ekhaya Unveil On-demand Grocery Delivery Service

VAYA Technology Limited (VAYA) has partnered with South Africa based e-commerce firm Thumela eKhaya to facilitate the delivery of groceries bought in from the diaspora to Zimbabwe.


Mozambique: Heineken Brewery Opens New Production Line

The Mozambican government believes that a new production line at the brewery operated by the Dutch beer company Heineken, in Marracuene district, just outside Maputo, will save the country about 50 mi


Kenya: Governor Kinyanjui’s Score Card After Three Years In Office

Since his inauguration on August 21, 2017, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has had major development hits in the cosmopolitan county.


Kenya: Cane Farmers Back Sacking Of Troubled Millers’ Boards

Cane farmers have endorsed the decision by the government to disband the boards of public-owned sugar millers.

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