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Schweppes plans 2 700ha citrus project in Zimbabwe

Schweppes Holdings Africa Limited’s subsidiary, Sunrise Citrus Estates, intends to establish a 2 700ha citrus plantation in Beitbridge, Zimbabwe. The project is...

Garlic exports a golden opportunity for Zim farmers

Zimbabwean garlic farmers have been urged to increase exports riding on the growth of the global market, which has expanded to US$2,48...

Meningstuk: Waar laat vergoeding die Zimbabwiese boere?

Slagoffers van onteiening sonder vergoeding in Zimbabwe vra daagliks: “Behoort ons met ’n minder-as-ideale vergoedingskikking tevrede te wees? Of moet ons aanhou...

Where does compensation leave Zimbabwean farmers?

There are no simple answers to the complex political and economic questions of our time. I realise this anew every week when...

Zimbabwe unable to pay white farmers

Hardly a month after pledging to pay former white commercial farmers US$3,5 billion compensation for land improvements done before farm seizures in...

Zimbabwe signs massive compensation deal with white farmers

This article was originally published on Business Tech. Click on this link to read the original article. Zimbabwe’s government...

Citrus could be a game-changer for Zimbabwean growers

This article was originally published on Fresh Plaza. Click here to read the original article. Because of their perceived...

Zimbabwe’s evicted white farmers offered $3,5 billion payout

Zimbabwe’s white commercial farmers, who were violently evicted from their land in a series of invasions that began two decades ago, said...

Zimbabwean government offers cannabis growers 100% farm ownership

This article was originally published on New Zimbabwe. Click here to read the original article. The Health Ministry has...

Lockdown in Zimbabwe leaves crops to rot in fields

This article was originally published on The Independent. Click here to read the original article. Mirriam Madzivanyika, a farmer...