African mass markets shape social fabrics

Measurements and pricing preferences for diverse commodities are determined by buying patterns in mass/territorial markets.
By Charles Dhewa May. 22, 2024

We must brace for forex shortages

This year, the country expects to produce 265 million kg of tobacco, from a record harvest of 296 million last year.
By The Zimbabwe Independent May. 17, 2024

Pests, diseases threaten tobacco sector

Data obtained from TIMB indicated that, in terms of value, tobacco sales fell by 11,02% to US$445,3 million, despite average price per kg increasing by 18,77% to US$3,56.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 16, 2024

Diamond thieves nabbed after spending spree

Marutya remanded the suspects Silas Chirume (54), Edward Jacob Gunda (62), Maison Phiri (37), Steven Wahita (56) and Isaac Muripa (37) to June 14 on US$150 bail each.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 16, 2024

ZiG notes, coins stutter onto market

NewsDay established that banks were only issuing coins and ZIG10 notes.

Winter wheat farmers assured of uninterrupted power supply

Ama is mandated with the overall regulation of production, processing and marketing of agricultural products in Zimbabwe.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 1, 2024

Mbare takes hit from currency switch

The good thing was, this was not stench from excreta or anything dangerous.
By Julia Ndlela Apr. 28, 2024

Zim to double grain reserves

According to the report, progress was made in reducing “household-induced drought”, a phenomenon where households still prefer maize in agro-ecological regions 4 and 5.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 22, 2024

Advisory sees hefty spinoffs in RTG deal

Martin Smura board chairman and president for GMH, said at the signing ceremony in Cape Town last week that the benefits of the transaction were broad.
By Shame Makoshori Apr. 19, 2024