Headlines Tagged with Zimbabwe — 2,143 headlines found
[Africa, China] Chinese farmers take over former white-owned farms in Zimbabwe to cash in on tobacco
At least five farms have attracted Chinese investment in Mashonaland Central...Safe in the knowledge that Mr Mugabe’s policy of strengthening ties with China will offer a degree of protection, they have poured money into machinery and are taking advice f
Sep 18, 2016 Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Sep 18, 2016 22:59
South African-based cigarette manufacturer, Gold Leaf Tobacco on Sunday said it has appealed to the Supreme Court against a High Court order which stopped the firm from trading its cigarettes in Zimbabwe.
Sep 13, 2016 Zimbabwe Herald (zw)
added Sep 14, 2016 13:31
TOBACCO sales have raked in $600 million for this season after the sale of over 200 million kg of the golden leaf, latest statistics have shown.
Sep 7, 2016 Newsday (zw)
added Sep 7, 2016 17:51
over escalating human rights abuses, sources say....withdrawal by the deep-pocketed countries from buying Zimbabwean products is a heavy blow...police last week used teargas, water cannons and batons to disperse opposition youths
Sep 5, 2016 The Daily News (zw)
added Sep 7, 2016 16:48
Businessman Mr Simon George Rudland and his company Livera Trading (Pvt) Limited have been barred from packaging and selling cigarettes bearing the brand name "RG" on the Zimbabwean market. Cigarettes bearing the name "RG" had flooded the market thereby
Sep 5, 2016 All-Africa.com
added Sep 6, 2016 15:36
South African-based cigarette manufacturer, Gold Leaf Tobacco is planning to set up a cigarette plant in Zimbabwe after officially registering its presence on the local market. Gold Leaf launched its brand, Rudland & George (RG) in Zimbabwe on Wednesday
Sep 2, 2016 All-Africa.com
added Sep 3, 2016 13:19
GOLDEN Leaf Tobacco Zimbabwe has launched its Rudland & George (RG) cigarette brand targeting at least a 10% market share and sales forecast of three million sticks per month.
Sep 2, 2016 Newsday (zw)
added Sep 3, 2016 13:19
TOBACCO could be the world’s most dangerous product sold on supermarket shelves, but it is Zimbabwe’s hope. If properly managed, the tobacco industry appears on course to earn the country US$1 billion in the next few years, as production on farms taken f
Aug 29, 2016 Southern Times (na)
added Aug 29, 2016 15:31
politically connected Zimbabweans are continuing to grab white-owned farms. This year, a white Zimbabwean couple were expelled by police officers from their 2,000-acre tobacco farm. The new owner was a Zimbabwean medical doctor living in England; the new
Aug 24, 2016 New York Times
added Aug 24, 2016 16:56
Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) statistics as at August 17 show an increase of farmers who have registered to grow tobacco next season. Last year, 38 751 farmers registered to grow the crop during the same period.
Aug 19, 2016 Zimbabwe Herald (zw)
added Aug 20, 2016 20:14