TIMB sniffs out bogus farmers

Moyo explained that TIMB introduced the Contractors’ Compliance Administration Framework implemented in 2021 to bring sanity to the sector.
By Nhau Mangirazi Feb. 15, 2024

Tobacco exports rake in US$529m

Matsvaire said the Far East also had the highest average export price among all the continents due to the high quality of tobacco that goes there.
By Melody Chikono and Belinda Chiroodza Aug. 23, 2023

Tobacco’s cycle of slavery needs to stop

Sales of 261 million kilogrammes as of last week means
By The Zimbabwe Independent Jun. 23, 2023

We’re debt-trapped, lament tobacco farmers

"We are at the mercy of these companies,” Mtombeni said.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 28, 2023

Tobacco sales rake in US$574m

Contract sales made up US$531,5 million of the total, while the auction brought in US$42,9 million. The cost per kilogramme was US$3.
By Freeman Makopa May. 18, 2023

Tobacco farmers cry foul

Seremwe said tobacco farming in the country had made some individuals super rich at the expense of small-scale communal farmers.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Feb. 10, 2023

Tobacco prices firm on strong global demand

Industry experts say apart from the good quality tobacco produced this year, the marketing period has been characterised by stronger demand on the international markets, which has pushed prices northwards.

By The Southern Eye Apr. 17, 2022

Tobacco prices firm on strong global demand

Industry experts say apart from the good quality tobacco produced this year, the marketing period has been characterised by stronger demand on the international markets, which has pushed prices northwards.

By The Southern Eye Apr. 17, 2022

Tobacco in forecast busting show

In an interview with Standardbusiness on Friday, TIMB spokesperson, Chelesani Moyo said a 11% growth in average prices boosted earnings this season.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 15, 2021