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Milk production has continued to decline across Zimbabwe despite a favourable rainy season that improved pastures across the country

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Mnangagwa moves Marapira to Agriculture Ministry

By Staff Writer President Emmerson Mnangagwa has with immediate effect appointed Minister Davis Marapira to the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development. Before the transfer, Marapira was the Minister in charge of...
Tobacco Zimbabwe

Grow trees or face ban, tobacco farmers warned

Talkmore Gandiwa Zimbabwean tobacco farmers are at risk of being banned for endangering the environment resulting in climate change with calls for them to establish woodlots for curing their crops to continue with their activities. Most...

Comesa plans regional Agricultural Commodity Exchange centre

Plans are underway to establish a regional Agricultural Commodity Exchange Centre as part of the implementation of the 2021-2031 strategy for the Alliance for Commodity Trade in East and Southern Africa (ACTESA). The centre shall...
Tobacco Zimbabwe

TIMB rebrands to ensure sustainability

The Tobacco Industry Marketing Board has rebranded to ensure sustainable production and marketing of tobacco in Zimbabwe. TIMB Chief Executive, Meanwell Gudu said the rebranding project is the first of its kind by the Board....

Bread, Mealie Meal prices go up: GMAZ

Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has said the prices of bread and maize meal have gone up due to higher grain and oil prices currently obtaining on global markets due to the Russia-Ukraine...
The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society partnership with the Japanese government is targeted to assist more than 6 000 families in Gokwe to ensure food security

Crisis outcomes expected due to erratic rainfall: Fewsnet

Tadiwa Musiyiwa  Crisis outcomes are expected to persist in most typical deficit-producing areas through March due to non-availability of own-produced food stocks, reductions in agricultural labour opportunities and income, and limited access to food and...

Treasury to release $500M weekly to pay cotton farmers

Takudzwa Musakasa Treasury will release $500 million, every week to settle outstanding 2021 payments to cotton farmers. Cotton deliveries last year grew to 116,052 tonnes, up from 82,479 tonnes in 2020, contributed by government subsidies...

TSL units in good volume growth in F21

TSL Limited increased revenue by 144.57% following improved performance of the agriculture-based units. The group achieved good volume growth across most business units during the period ended 31 October 2021. In a statement accompanying the group’s...

ProDairy targets production increase at Mafuro as milk output increases 4% in F21

HARARE – Milk processor ProDairy, which is part of the Innscor Africa group says it is targeting an increase in raw milk intake this year, supported by the milk development programme at Mafuro farming...