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khat:

see staff treestaff tree,
common name for some temperate members of the Celastraceae, a family of trees and shrubs (many of them climbing forms), widely distributed except in polar regions.
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The Gordon's Institute of Business reports that between 2001 and 2009, South African TEA figures reported an average of 6.4%, which dropped significantly in the 2009/2010 economic retraction, with the result that SA figures reflected a 5% TEA.
Packer said: "We've seen the price of East African tea go up 40% year on year.
As well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the hydropower will reduce energy costs, enhance the African tea industry's global competitiveness, and spread clean electricity to rural communities, the officials said.
Late last year, Zawadi African Tea, importers and wholesalers of organic black teas grown by family farmers in the highlands of Kenya, launched the Kenyan AIDS-Orphaned Rescue Campaign, donating a portion of their profits to orphans whose parents have died from HIV/AIDS.
Members of the East African Tea Traders' Association might be forced to seek alternative markets elsewhere, the paper added, quoting the association's chairman, George Waireri.
figure By GERALD ANDAE The amount of tea withdrawn from sale at the auction fell 24 percent this week as price increase at the Mombasa auction saw buyers sell most of the commodity.Data by East African Tea Traders Association indicates only tea worth Sh228.8 million was offloaded from the auction against that valued at S02.3 million last week.
Other signature activities will include stargazing and nocturnal field walks, swooping over the panoramic African landscapes by helicopter, jungle boot camp workouts, spear throwing and archery lessons, an introduction to the African kitchen garden or insight into the secrets of African tea.
One kilogram of black African tea sold for 210 afs and the same quantity Vietnamese green tea for 180 afs.
South African tea company Rooibos, which manufactures roiboos tea - a herbal tea native to the country - is trying to break into the Middle East with its product that is naturally caffeine free and renowned for its high levels of antioxidants and low tannin levels.
Award-winning Fairtrade organic coffee brand Percol has just produced a new range of African tea, hot chocolate, instant and ground coffee to help raise money for Children in Africa.

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