Pfumvudza everyone’s child

Food security lessens the government’s burden on the fiscus and hence Pfumvunza/Intwasa is everyone's concern.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Dec. 2, 2022

Wheat farmers cry foul over price

GOVERNMENT has been accused of short-changing wheat farmers
By Problem Masau Dec. 2, 2022

GMB workers threaten job action over US$30 salary

 The workers gave GMB a 14-day ultimatum to attend to their grievances.
By Jairos Saunyama Nov. 21, 2022

Agric funding in Zimbabwe

Tongoona doesn’t have a title deed to his land, only an offer letter from the government. This made it difficult for him to secure a bank loan.
By Linda Mujuru Nov. 18, 2022

Drama, chaos mar Pfumvudza inputs distribution

Each villager was getting 5kg of seed maize, but some civil servants were seen walking away with 10kg pockets, sparking the protests.
By Nhau Mangirazi Nov. 3, 2022

Feature: Command Agriculture: Benefit or burden?

The best way to finance agriculture is not through government, given its tendency to write off debts.
By Global Press Journal Oct. 18, 2022

In Full: Thirtieth post cabinet press briefing

Current wheat stocks stand at 65 490 metric tonnes, and this will provide 2.6 months’ cover at a consumption rate of 21 000 metric tonnes per month.
By Ministry Of Information Oct. 11, 2022

Producers ramp up seed output

Valley Seeds commercial business manager Tichawona Maponga said by the end of next week, the company would have added 2 000 more tonnes.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 7, 2022

In Full: Twenty-ninth post cabinet press briefing

The public is urged to get vaccinated for the 2nd and 3rd doses
By Newsday Oct. 4, 2022