Farming & Enviroment

Mandi Chimene’s farm to be subdivided

23rd March 2017 Staff Reporter 0

A SPRAWLING farm north of Mutare City belonging to mercurial Manicaland Provincial Affairs Minister Mandiitawepi Chimene has been earmarked for partitioning into residential stands. Fairholme Farm — renamed Sendekera Farm after being seized from a […]

Farming & Enviroment

Moyo savages Mnangagwa’s Command Economy project

13th March 2017 Staff Reporter 12

HARARE – Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo has rubbished government’s proposed Command Economy project arguing that it is based on another failed project, the Command Agriculture project. The Command Economy project was hailed by the […]

Farming & Enviroment

Government, French firms in combine harvesters deal

9th March 2017 Staff Reporter 0

The government has engaged some France companies to supply combine harvesters, grain driers and shelling equipment as efforts to boost Command Agriculture continue to gather momentum. Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made […]

Business

Tobacco Market – Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017-2022

8th March 2017 Staff Reporter 21

Tobacco has been consumed at social and ceremonial gatherings since ages. It was either chewed, smoked or taken as snuff. Tobacco is prepared from the leaves of a plant named N. Tebacum belonging to the […]

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