Clamping down on the spread of weeds

Farai Munyanyi THE farming community has enough to worry about with the drought looming in the region. According to the United Nations panel on climate change, it is estimated that crop yields in Sou...

Tobacco hits $25m in sales

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter TOBACCO sales have reached $25.8 million from 8.9 million kilogrammes delivered at the auction floors since the start of the marketing season on March 21, off...

20 farmers to attend agric China seminars

Mthabisi Tshuma in Gwanda AT least 20 Zimbabwean farmers will attend agricultural training seminars in China later this year under a capacity building programme being facilitated by the Chinese Frien...

The law and trade union visits

Davies Ndumiso Sibanda, Labour Matters WITH the rise in number of trade unions, many employers find the numerous requests by the trade unions to see workers very difficult to handle more so when the ...

Paraffin shortage hits Zimbabwe

Livingstone Marufu and Munashe Matambo, Harare Bureau PARAFFIN, a key energy source for low-income households, is currently in short supply and mostly available at higher prices on the black market.
Farmers follow proceedings during the Dubai market survey dissemination workshop at a Bulawayo hotel yesterday. — Picture by Eliah Saushoma

Lucrative window for Zim agric exports

  Prince Sunduzani, Business Reporter ZIMBABWEAN farmers can tap into the lucrative United Arab Emirates (UAE) market as there is a huge appetite for agricultural imports in the desert country, ...