'Black Tobacco Farmers Producing More Than Whites'
Addressing Midlands State University students, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has justified the government's fast track land reform program saying that the empowered black farmers are now producing more of the golden leaf than the white commercial farmers during the colonial era.
New Zimbabwe, 11 May 2017
Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa has once again defended the chaotic land reform programme boasting that black tobacco farmers are now producing more of the golden leaf than the… Read more »
Tobacco farmers (file photo).
Zimbabwe Independent, 12 May 2017
ON a scorching spring afternoon at the tobacco auction floors in Harare, farmers mill around, as has become the norm, and endure frustratingly long queues. The cycle begins with… Read more »
The Herald, 12 May 2017
British American Tobacco Zimbabwe's first quarter to March performance remained flat on the comparative period last year but the group expects a stronger second half pinned on… Read more »
Over 20 million kilogrammes of tobacco worth U.S.$52,5 million have been sold so far across the country compared to U.S.$36,5 million recorded last season, authorities say. Read more »