Category: Agriculture

AnywayFebruary 18, 2022

  By SIMBARASHE SITHOLE YOUTHFUL ZANU PF Mazowe District ward 34 councillor Edwin Chinotimba has taken agriculture to another level after planting 45 hactres of soya beans on his own. The son to Buhera South legisĺator Joseph Chinotimba is taking farming as a business and contributing much to the growth of the country’s agriculture sector. […]

wazzyNovember 22, 2021

By Staff Reporter The government of India has donated agriculture inputs to World Food Programme in Zimbabwe to support over 6 000 smallholder farmers in Mangwe and Chiredzi districts, Masvingo Province. The support will see 3484 farmers from Mangwe and 2 602 from Chiredzi districts receiving the inputs. Business Times can report that about 60 […]

editorOctober 8, 2021

By Joyce Mukucha HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa has stated that Government programmes towards agriculture were positively contributing to the sectors’growth emphasising that the Second Republic was committed to continue implimenting timely programmes aimed at immensely benefitting the division. He made these remarks during his State of the Nation Address yesterday explaining that the focus […]

editorSeptember 27, 2021

By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe Agricultural Show which kicks off today, with revelations of a massive uptake of exhibitor space compared to last year. With an estimated jump of one hundred percent on exhibitor participation, this year’s edition of the Zimbabwe Agric Show promises to be a turning point for the country’s premier exhibition as the […]

AnywaySeptember 10, 2021

By Joyce Mukucha HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday launched the $US12,7 million Seed-CO Seed Maize Conditioning Plant in Mashonaland West Province which is expected to contribute towards quick turnaround of production and productivity especially in the sub-seed sector. The plant, it has been learnt, will go a long way in enhancing Zimbabwe’s food and […]

AnywayAugust 28, 2021

By Joyce Mukucha HARARE – The National Enhanced Agriculture Productivity Scheme (NEAPS), commonly known as Command Agriculture, or Special Agriculture Programme for Import Substitution, initiated in 2016, has laid a solid foundation for ensuring national food security, accelerating import substitution, increasing employment, improving incomes and livelihoods and has provided a basis for broadening agricultural exports. […]

AnywayJune 9, 2021

Over 90 thousand hectares had been earmarked for planting under the Presidential wheat scheme. By Tatenda Mujeyi. HARARE – Cabinet considered and approved a Progress Report on the 2021 Winter Wheat and Barley Planting and Summer Crops Marketing Season, which was presented by the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Resettlement, Honourable Dr […]

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