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Zimbabwe: Land disputes, evictions disrupt farming operations

MARONDERA: Farm ownership disputes in several farms in Mashonaland East are disrupting farming operations with government officials accused of fueling the disturbances including evictions. The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has since moved in and opened investigations into the operations of…

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Droughts leave millions food insecure in Zimbabwe, UN food agency scales up assistance

UN News Severe drought has rendered more than a third of rural households in Zimbabwe – or around 3.5 million people – dangerously food insecure, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) revealed on Friday. Citing the Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee’s…

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Saudi Arabia, UAE send 50 tons of agricural fertilizers to Sudan

KHARTOUM – Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates will send fifty tons of highly needed fertilizers by farmers in Sudan, reported the official news agency in Saudi Arabia on Sunday. “In the framework of continuous and joint support provided…

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Germany avails 10 million Euro (US$11.1 million) grant to combat climate change in Southern Africa

News Reporter JOHANNESBURG – Germany has pledged a grant of 10 million Euros (US$11.1 million) for five southern African countries to use in combating the effect of Climate Change. The Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive…

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Zimbabwe’s grain millers to import 500,000 tonnes of maize from South America

Almot Maqolo HARARE – The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) says it will import half a million tonnes of maize – roughly half of its requirements for commercial milling, from South America this year to mitigate glaring production gaps….

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Hundreds of children drop out of school as ravaging drought hits Zimbabwean constituency

Staff Reporter GWERU – A Zimbabwean lawmaker has expressed fear that a number of children in his rural constituency may be forced to drop out of school, due to drought-induced hunger that has ravaged the area. Mthokozisi Manoki Mpofu, Member…

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Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa’s top ally evicts 350 families in fresh farm grab

Resident Minister Ellen Gwaradzimba behaves in exactly the same manner as deposed former First Lady Grace Mugabe Clayton Masekesa MUTARE – Manicaland resident minister Ellen Gwaradzimba – a top ally of Zimbabwe’s President Emerson Mnangagwa, is trying to use her…

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Zimbabwe: Resettled farmers fail to reach macademia nuts targets

Clayton Masekesa CHIPINGE – Resettled farmers here who forcefully grabbed macadamia nuts farms during the country’s infamous land grab in 2000 have this year failed to meet the 9 000 tonnes target following poor farming methods and incapacitation, experts have…

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Cameroon: Farmers spice up earnings with forest-friendly foods

Elias Ntungwe Ngalame Mbalmayo, Cameroon — A government programme is providing training and funds to help farmers process and package local spices and herbs, boosting their incomes and protecting forests Lucy Muke, a farmer in Mbalmayo in south-central Cameroon, pointed…

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Zimbabwe tobacco auction rakes in US$1.78 million as deliveries continue to improve

Almot Maqolo HARARE – Cumulative tobacco deliveries at the Zimbabwe’s three auction floors hit one million kilograms Wednesday – day 10 of the sales period, raking in $1.78 million as deliveries continued their slow surge, official data showed. It was…

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