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Farmers in Zimbabwe unpick relationship with cotton

Once considered white gold because of the high prices it fetched on world markets, Zimbabwe's cotton - often used in high-end clothing because of its glistening white and silky texture - is on the wane.

Lower prices have forced thousands of small scale farmers to migrate to other crops.

The BBC's Brian Hungwe reports from Gokwe in north-west Zimbabwe for Africa Business Report.

  • 14 Aug 2015
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