Blessing Rwizi : Post Correspondent SMALL-SCALE farmers in Buhera have started diversifying into crop production following the construction of two weir dams and irrigation schemes in wards 19 and 26 by World Vision.
Farming Reporter AGRIBANK has lined up several initiatives to support sustainable agriculture development in ways that can positively make a difference in the lives of resource-poor smallholder farmers.
Sifelani Tsiko : Business Correspondent Zimbabwe hosted its inaugural bioinformatics research symposium in the capital recently to promote the wider use of computers to speedily process vast amounts of scientific data critical in finding solutions to some of the country’s most pressing problems.
Zimbabwe is to apply for a derogation from the SADC Council of Ministers of Trade (CMT), following the implementation of Statutory Instrument 64, which restricts listed imports.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Statutory Instrument 64 (SI-64) of 2016 targeting the removal of various products from the Open General Import Licence to protect locally produced products from unfair competition poised by cheap imports, have not only divided public opinion locally but also drew attention of fellow regional counterparts who are signatories to regional free-trade protocols. […]
The rand raced on Wednesday morning to levels last reached in the fourth quarter of 2015 against the US dollar.
A strong performance from Pick n Pay and its sister grocery retailer TM Stores saw Meikles Limited record a 10 percent growth in turnover in its supermarkets segment.
Samuel Kadungure COMMUNAL grain producers need to heed agronomic advice and grow certified early maturing maize varieties in arid and semi-arid areas whose weather patterns of late had become unpredictable with highly erratic and low rainfall due to the El Nino phenomenon.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it is targeting to boost the number of Point-of-Sale (POS) machines in the country by 50 percent by year-end.