"The government's claims that its much-touted command agriculture is funded by a private company are false and the programme could sink Zimbabwe into bankruptcy," The Standard's Everson Mushava reports.
From left, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramai, President Robert Mugabe, and First Lady Grace Mugabe.
The Herald, 21 June 2017
The Command Agriculture experience has proven that Zimbabwean farmers have immense capacity to increase production to meet long-term adequacy of food for both domestic purposes and… Read more »
The Herald, 26 June 2017
Government has secured a $487 million facility to fund the 2017-18 agricultural season and movement of inputs under the Command Agriculture and Presidential Input Support schemes… Read more »
The Herald, 23 June 2017
The adulteration of the Command Agriculture Programme, (CAP), as an "ugly culture" by some senior politicians who should know better is quite troubling, if not unsettling. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Technical Boost for Command Agriculture
The Herald, 6 June 2017
Government's specialised Command Agriculture programme has received a major boost from one of the leading agricultural equipment suppliers, CNH Industrial, that has pledged support… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Extend Command Agriculture Lifespan'
The Herald, 16 June 2017
The Parliamentary portfolio committee on Lands, Agriculture and Irrigation Development has proposed that the Command Agricultural programme which was scheduled to be implemented… Read more »
Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo has once again discredited the government's Command Agriculture programme, which he labelled as "Command Ugly-Culture", claiming ... Read more »