Zimbabwe’s tobacco industry continues to grow in leaps and bounds.
DEPOSITS held by Zimbabwe’s financial institutions improved by 1,8% between February and March 2014 to US$4,1 billion largely driven by tobacco sales.
MANY have been expecting a huge increase in the productivity of Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector over and above the limited improvement over the last two years.
CLIMATE change which is dominating global headlines will to a large extent determine the future shape of agriculture in Zimbabwe.
A DRIVE through Mashonaland Central province will shock any remotely environmentally-conscious person as vast stretches of forests have been left barren.
PRODUCERS of Zimbabwe’s number one cash crop — tobacco — were left with a bitter taste in the mouth when the country’s auction floors opened with very…
Government sees revenue streams improving going forward buoyed by tobacco sales and improved tax collections in the second quarter of the year.
FOR not carrying legal health warnings on some of their brands, BAT Zimbabwe Ltd and other non-compliant companies could soon find themselves between a rock…
Of late the Zimbabwe Framework for Tobacco Control Trust [ZFTCT] has read in some media the cold sentiments the local tobacco industry has on the World Health…
For some it is a health nightmare, reportedly responsible for more deaths than all illegal drugs combined.