Zimbabwe's struggling timber industry
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Zimbabwe's struggling timber industry

Due to a slump in construction and high production costs, the timber industry in Zimbabwe has been struggling to survive. To make things worse, illegal miners in some of the country's forests have been chopping down trees to make space for their own operations.

The BBC's Taurai Maduna travelled to Vumba in the Eastern Highlands to find out what companies are doing to remain profitable.

  • 03 Apr 2018
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