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‘January disease’ outbreak ravages Zim cattle herd

It is the most recent of several scourges to hit the agricultural sector after armyworm ravaged swathes of the Mashonaland Province at the end of last year.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 3, 2023

Namibian official impressed by Zim’s agric development

His region is thus keen to take advantage of the skills market in the landlocked nation in order to improve the region’s agricultural fortunes.
By New Era Live Dec. 12, 2022

Zim agrees to a 10-year fish farming roadmap

“Tilapia farming can be a driver of our countries’ inclusive growth.”
By The Fish Site Nov. 23, 2022

Feature: Tapping into insect farming to clear Zim’s urban waste

I expect to send the larvae across the border anytime this week to a farmer who wants to start black soldier fly farming.
By Nextcity.org Nov. 2, 2022

Zimbabwe Mercantile Exchange puts wheat support structures

ZMX said each farmer or contractor will be required to open a commodities trading account with ZMX using the *727# USSD short code across all mobile networks.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 2, 2022

New twist to CSC, Boustead Beef saga

They cited Boustead Beef and the Ministry of Lands and Agriculture, as first and second respondents respectively.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 16, 2022

Coping with drought through WFP’s resilience programme

Most of our food comes from farming cereals, but we also have some animals and a vegetable garden
By Tatenda Macheka Oct. 16, 2022

Feature: Model shift: Climate change forces Zim to finally take up irrigation

Zinwa is also tapping into the country’s vast groundwater reserves for domestic and agricultural purposes.
By DTE Sep. 26, 2022

Increased poaching in Kariba threatens fish farming

LKFRI is managed under the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks).
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 26, 2022