Cattle ranching in the early years: Part Four

WHITES owned an estimated 371 000 herd of cattle by 1911.  How much of it was seized and plundered...

Lumpy skin disease outbreak in Mutoko

BOVINE skin diseases such as lumpy skin disease can greatly affect cattle as well as cattle ranches’ income and national economies through...

Time to improve yields

DEPRESSED yields were recorded in the agricultural sector over the past decades resulting in Government putting in place programmes promoting adherence to...

Soil maintenance for successful agriculture

By Dr Tony Monda AGRICULTURE in Zimbabwe is the backbone and fulcrum of the economy.  

Eastern highlands: The home of tea

NESTLED at the foot of the country’s highest mountain range, at Nyanga, in the Eastern Highlands, is the setting for the Mtarazi...

Agric reforms after independence

AFTER independence, agricultural performance in Zimbabwe was mainly directed by four central policy frameworks, namely: The ‘growth with equity programme’ pursued by...

Whitsun Foundation efforts

During 1975-1978, three major Rhodesian corporations of the time, namely the Shell Company, Delta Breweries; and TA Holdings contributed to establishment of...

The future of Agriculture: Part Two

...can Zimbabwe benefit? By Dr Tony Monda  THE goal of reducing reliance on manual labour, while...

CITES restrictions…why has SADC done nothing?

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, SA IN November 2019, seven SADC countries protested anti-wild trade decisions taken by CITES,...

Think about garlic

ONE of the most sort after farm produce on the market since the COVID-19 pandemic started is garlic, which is being used...
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