Khayah registers 105% growth in net sales

This positive growth trajectory is expected to continue in the short to medium term.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jun. 18, 2024

Editorial Comment: Hunger crisis a wake-up call

For the past six years President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has been ploughing millions of dollars into input schemes to support rural farmers to boost their yields.
By The Standard May. 12, 2024

Higherlife Foundation, government in climate-smart agriculture collaboration

The programme comes at a time Zimbabwe is stalked by hunger as a result of an El Nino-induced drought that calls for innovation by farmers to salvage and realise significant  crop yields.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Dec. 18, 2023

FAZ hijacks Pfumvudza inputs programme

Government is targeting cereal production of 3 512 658 tonnes — 2,8 million tonnes of maize and 712 658 tonnes of traditional grains and oil seeds — which are enough to meet local demand.
By Problem Masau Nov. 14, 2023

Zunde raMambo a failure: Chief

He said traditional leaders looked forward to seeing all elected officials coming to them for a united approach on community development.
By Nhau Mangirazi Oct. 30, 2023

GMB owes farmers billions

Guta also said the GMB has started receiving inputs for the Pfumvudza programme but is still behind in terms of payments to transporters.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Harriet Chikandiwa Oct. 26, 2023

Who will tame the elephant in the room.?

The big elephant in the room is government of Zimbabwe’s profligacy. This is government’s insatiable quest to spend beyond its budget.
By Tinashe Murapata Jun. 16, 2023

Zim lacks an efficient commodities market

National demand for wheat stands at 450 000 MT, while that for soya is at 250 000MT.
By Victor Bhoroma Apr. 21, 2023

Govt fails to pay wheat farmers, owes US$31m

The GMB has so far paid the Zimbabwe component worth ZW$37,8 billion (about US$42 million), officials said this week.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 17, 2023