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Hidden : Friday, 29 March 2019
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29 March 2019, 06:45 - 07:30

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe iri kune dzimwe dzimba dzeAfrica dzakapfuma kwazvo. Pano, mamiriro ezvinhu akakwana pakukwiza nyemba dzekhofi: makomo marefu, makomo marefu, uye kunaya kwakanaka.

Nyika yakashandiswa kuva yakakurumbira nokuda kwayo SHQ ("super-high-quality") kofi, iyo yakanga ichinonoka zuva-yakaoma uye kunwisa-kunwisa nevanopisa zvakanyanya fruity. Mumakore ekuma1990, kofi yeZimbabwe yaiva shamwari yewaini yepafi uko kwaitengeswa: London, New York, Johannesburg, Japan, uye Amsterdam. Yakaratidza zvikamu zvitatu kusvika kuzana kubva muzana yeGDP yenyika, zvichiunza hupfumi hwekune dzimwe nyika kumapurazi ezvokutengeserana uye mararamiro kune vashandi vakawanda.

Asi nhasi mhizha yayo yefivha iri mumatongo. Imwe midziyo inoshandiswa kamwechete-inogadziriswa iye zvino yakasiyirwa uye varimi vanowira mune chikwereti.

Kofi haisi kungonwa chete, nokuti Zimbabwe ndiyo mukombe wehupfumi hwehupfumi. "

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is home to some of Africa's richest coffee belts. Here, conditions are perfect for growing coffee beans: high mountain peaks, lush valleys, and a cool climate.

The country used to be famous for its SHQ ("super high-quality") coffee, which was slowly sun-dried and smooth-drinking with deep fruity flavors. In the '90s, Zimbabwean coffee was the darling of coffee bars wherever it was exported: London, New York, Johannesburg, Japan, and Amsterdam. It accounted for two to three percent of the country's GDP, bringing foreign wealth to commercial farms and livelihoods to countless laborers.

But today its coffee industry lies in ruins. Once-bustling mills now lie abandoned and farmers wallow in debt.

Coffee is not just a drink;for Zimbabwe it's a cup of economic health."

Come and join us for a cup of coffee (on special at R10 until 8am) or just for a chat. Take-aways available if you are in a rush. Full breakfasts are available.You don't need to spend anything, but if you do, it will be for your own account.

Date: Friday, 29 March 2019

Time: From 06h50 onwards (to approx. 08h)

Place: Brioche, 181 Main Rd, Walmer

We look forward to seeing you there!

Log in Shona pls.

 

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