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#AgriMarkets: Distortions in agricultural market limit growth

In economics, natural experiments are hard to come by, but once in a while you hit a jackpot without even paying a...

Zimbabwe’s beef industry stampedes back to life

This article was originally published by African Renewal on www.un.org. Click here to read the original article. Zimbabwe’s beef industry,...

Perspektief oor Zim-vergoeding

Die landbou-publiek is nogal skepties na 'n onlangse aankondiging deur die Zimbabwiese president, dat blanke boere wat hul grond in dié land...

Zim: Mnangagwa makes right move on farms

Wandile Sihlobo, head of agribusiness intelligence at Agbiz, wrote the following on the state of the agricultural industry in Zimbabwe. When Emmerson Mnangagwa assumed office...

#AgriMarkets: Southern Africa’s grain story post Cyclone Idai

As Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe continue to rebuild after the devastation wrought by  Cyclone Idai last month, we thought it appropriate to revisit the...

Rekordbedrag vir Vrystaat Landbou veiligheidslessenaar ingesamel

VKB en sy verskaffers het onlangs ’n gholfdag ten bate van Vrystaat Landbou (VL) se veiligheidslessenaar gehou. “Die geld wat ingesamel is, is nie...

SA goat breeds suit the Zimbabwean landscape

Pathisani Ncube has a wholly indigenous flock of 15 goats that he rears on a 90ha farm in Inyathi, 70km north of Bulawayo. Kalahari...

ZIM: 50% more cotton growers

This season’s cotton production in Zimbabwe is expected to increase as the number of growers has gone up by 50%, a development attributed to...

Holistic management is what we need

Sarah Savory is the daughter of Zimbabwean ecologist and advocate of holistic management, Allan Savory. She lives and works in Zimbabwe and is a...

SA moet uit Zimbabwe se foute leer

Suid-Afrika kan nie bekostig om dieselfde paadjie as Zimbabwe, wat steeds die stukke van sy berugte grondhervormingsbeleid moet optel, te stap nie. Tydens ’n...