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Zimbabwe's too-productive mango growers look to the sun to boost incomes
by Lungelo Ndhlovu
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
15 February 2021
On 15 February 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
With heavy rain bringing a bumper mango harvest, and coronavirus lockdown making selling it difficult, a new dried fruit processing center is preventing waste and protecting incomes by turning them into a product that can be shipped to buyers around the country and abroad.
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