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By Rabison Shumba Starting and running your own business has never been an easy road. It is a leap of faith, hope and believing in your dream that it will one day blossom. Building a company is similar to what a farmer goes through. He has time to Prepare the land, Plan the appropriate seed, Plant, Pluck out weeds and …

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Ezzytickets – Zimbabwean start up considers listing in Mauritius

Recently launched online ticketing start up www.ezzytickets.com is concidering listing in Mauritius. Speaking to NgodaBusiness, the CEO Mr. Pascal Nyasha said, “We have been financing the project from our other activities and are keen on raising funding,which may take various forms. Because of our African ambition, we may consider start-up listing in Mauritius on the main exchange. We are talking …

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Astro Mobile Launches the Virtual Note

Featured Tech-Review Astro mobile a local mobile devices and software company is introducing a new mobile phone the Virtual Note.The Virtual Note is an addition to the Virtual phone series which also includes the Virtual 2 smartphone which was launched in May this year. The Virtual Note comes with a slim design, comfortable feel, all for the consumers’ enjoyment. This …

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SUCCESS STORIES – A NGODA GENERATION World Economic Forum, Global Shapers member and leading voice in leadership development Dr. Patson Dzamara has launched a record breaking five books in Harare. Launched by World Economic Forum, Global Shapers Curator for the Zimbabwe hub, Nigel Chanakira at a colourful ceremony in Harare on Wednesday, the five books cover the areas of leadership, …

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How to grow Potatoes in Straw in Zimbabwe

Even a couch potato can grow a good potato crop with very little effort. By using straw and a little soil preparation up front, it’s easy to grow an admirable crop in a limited space. And few crops yield more than the potato.

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Potato Farming in Zimbabwe

Planting potatoes early means you will yield before summer. Summer is prevalent with diseases because of the hot weather and high humidity – good environment for bacteria. Thus planting early saves your potatoes from late blight. The only risk in planting during this period is from potato tuber moth which can be reduced by carbaryl

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“Tobacconomics” – Understanding Tobacco farming in Zimbabwe

Having been involved in tobacco farming for a while I have now learnt a few tips that can make you a successful tobacco farmer in Zimbabwe and I thought I could share some tips with you.   With this experience in tobacco production, I have decided to define  “tobacconomics” as “the combined analysis of production and finance of tobacco farming.”

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How to do Potato Farming in Zimbabwe

Now that the frost prone period is gone, it is advisable to start planting potatoes as early as possible, because you do not only escape frost and late blight attack, but your yield potential is marginally the highest of all the 3 planting seasons. Compiled by Tapiwa Mugabe – Agronomist Agri-access (Pvt) Ltd By delaying your planting from now you …

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