How to make Zimbabwean chocolate in 10 minutes

Zimbabwe has developed a way to make chocolate at home in a few minutes.

The country’s president has promised to expand its chocolate production, but the country has struggled to find cocoa farmers willing to work there, so the country’s chocolate industry has been forced to import cocoa.

The government is working on making chocolate in its new factory in Chittagong.

Zimbabweans can purchase their own chocolate in stores, but many buy it online.

In the city of Harare, an entire factory of chocolate has been built with the help of the U.S. Embassy.

The chocolate factory, called The Chocolate Factory, opened its doors to the public last month, and will produce up to 500 kilograms of chocolate a month.

“We hope that the chocolate industry here in Zimbabwe will be able to sustain itself, as it’s the backbone of the economy,” said Chisholm Chisholo, the deputy director of The Chocolate Company, which is based in the capital Harare.

“I hope the government will do something about this, as this is a great opportunity to be a part of the chocolate production here in the country,” he said.

Zimbabwe has seen rapid economic growth over the past several years.

The population has increased by about 5 million since the late 1980s, with more than a million people living in cities.

But the country remains one of the poorest countries in Africa.

Inflation has been high, and there has been a surge in violent crime, including murder and theft.

In December, President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled Zimbabwe for 26 years, was arrested on corruption charges.

Mugabe’s trial is scheduled to begin on March 7.

A spokesman for Mugabe denied that the president was being held because of the trial.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Zimbabwe has developed a way to make chocolate at home in a few minutes.The country’s president has promised to expand…