• Local

    Agritex officer steals 31 bags of fertilizer

    AN Agritex extension officer stationed in Zimunya, and three other accomplices were ordered to restitute $10 920 each to Grain Marketing Board as well as perform 280 hours of community service for stealing 31 bags of fertiliser meant for Pfumvudza beneficiaries. The suspects, Pardon Muchingami (51), Innocent Tsenesa (40), Stephen Mutasa (40) and Phibeon Chadambuka (36) appeared before Mutare magistrate,…

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  • Analysis

    Is Command Agriculture going to deliver another bumper harvest?

    By Eness Paidamoyo Mutsvangwa-Sammie ZIMBABWE has reported a bumper harvest of maize and other grains, capable of feeding the country’s 14.65 million people for the next year. According to Zimbabwe’s Second Crop and Livestock Assessment report and the US department of agriculture, the estimated maize production for 2021 stands at 2.7 million tons. This maize yield is estimated to be…

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  • Agriculture

    Pfumvudza is just a successful political story: Manyenyeni

    By Ben Manyenyeni PFUMVUDZA is a successful political story and a successful temporary subsistence farming story. But it has serious other issues – needing to be fixed. The sooner our subsistence farmers realise that they should actually be stronger making enough money (on their own!) to afford their own cropping needs season-after-season (as they used to!) the better for them…

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