Coal facility excites tobacco farmers

To address fundamental production issues affecting sustainability and farmer viability, the three organisations have come up with a special coal facility for tobacco farmers.
By Belinda Chiroodza Oct. 19, 2023

Interview: Timb optimistic of achieving US$1,5 billion tobacco exports

Huge debts with contracting firms also push growers into side-marketing. The cost of production also pushes growers to side-marketing.
By Belinda Chiroodza Sep. 1, 2023

TIMB expansion into food crops welcome

It is in this light that we commend TIMB for being alive to this glaring anomaly by promoting food production in its constituency of tobacco farmers.
By Newsday Jul. 11, 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

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

18% drop in tobacco deliveries at auction floors

In contrast, prices jumped by an average of 4,72% to US$2,97 per kg compared to the previous season. Prices were US$3 per kg on the contract floor and US$2,79 at the auction floors.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 28, 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 sales slide 1,7

Tobacco sales slide 1,7%
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Sep. 8, 2022