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GMB Statement On The Sale Of Controlled Grains [Full Text]

GMB Statement On The Sale Of Controlled Grains [Full Text]

Full statement by Grain Marketing Board (GMB) chief executive officer Rockie Mutenha on the control and sale of maize and soya beans.

1. The Grain Marketing Board (GMB) wishes to advise all farmers that maize, soya beans, wheat and barley are controlled products in terms of the following Statutory Instruments:

a. Statutory Instrument 145 -Grain Marketing (Control of Sale of Maize) Regulations, 2019.

b. Statutory Instrument 97-Grain Marketing (Control of Sale of Soya Beans) Regulations, 2021.

c. Statutory Instrument 188 ÔÇô Grain Marketing (Control of Sale of Wheat and Barley) Regulations, 2021.

2. All farmers or producers of controlled grains are required to deliver the product to any nearest GMB depot. Farmers/producers who intend to retain a portion of the product for farm feed or other commercial usage shall apply for exemption from GMB.

3. No one is allowed to sell or buy maize and any controlled product other than through GMB unless one is a bona fide contractor registered with the Agricultural Marketing Authority of Zimbabwe (AMA).

4. All farmers, producers and contractors are required to apply for a movement permit where grains are being moved from one area to the other.

5. Trading in controlled products (buying or selling) without the authority of the GMB is an offence. All storers, millers, stock feeders and any other users of controlled products are required to register with the GMB before engaging in such business.

6. Grain Marketing Board shall be enforcing the above Statutory Instruments to ensure compliance. Those found in breach of the regulations risk prosecution, forfeiture of the grains and a fine three times the selling price of the controlled product.

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31 Comments

Zanuist 1 month ago

Magona team rangu pamberi nebhora!­čśÇ


aaaa 1 month ago

pazvinodai kuchibage kokucotton vachatora mahara sezvo ndozvavajaira


Anonymous 1 month ago

ED pfeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!
zvaramba amaiweeee! zvaramba zvekutonga tazvitadza. Ma cdes tazvitadza


Nimrod 1 month ago

Pay them in US$ muone. Are you going to use RTGS when you import from Zambia and Malawi?


sadney 1 month ago

The end result would be: Only GMB will be expected to grow maize and wheat for the nation as many farmers will stop large scale farming.The end result will be perrenial food shortages and massive imports.


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The Champion Of Truth 1 month ago

Leadership crisis .


The Champion Of Truth 1 month ago

Leadership crisis .


Bones 1 month ago

Ko munodii kutangamaisa maroad blocks just before &during the rain season mosunga wese anoonekwa aine Seed,uyezve ndoshamiswa kuti pamitemo yamati Statutory what what apana Statutory yekutengeswa kwembesa ipoparipo panotangira nyaya dzacho,zvozongouya kana avema1 chete.Modii kuti GMB yacho yobva yangova ndiyoichangotengesa mbesa dzacho?......Asi gore rino chimbotisiyaiwo, kana mwanawanguwa akutotya kuti ÔÇťZimbabwe is leaving noyone behindÔÇŁnenzara iyoyo here?


Mhondoro 1 month ago

GMB, JUST PAY FARMERS TO GET THE GRAIN, EVERY INPUT IS IN USD AND YOU WANT TO GIVE RTGS, THATS NOT FAIR AND I DOUBT IF FARMERS CAN DELIVER MAIZE TO YOU, ON TOP OF YOUR RTGS YOU WANT ME TO MEET TRANSPORT COSTS TO YOUR DEPOTS IN USD TO BE GIVEN RTGS, MAGWEJA ARE BRINGING USD CASH AND THEY ARE BRINGING THEIR OWN TRANSPORT, FOLLOW SUIT GMB IF YOU WANT GRAINS,


Sekuru waBona 1 month ago

mumwe inga wani parally akati tine chibage chinokwana uye hapana anosara nenzara

hezvokooo

chii chiri kunyatsoitika muZimbabwe chaicho


nono 1 month ago

ini ndasarenda, ko zvaipa papi futi inga gore rakapera takaita surplus wani makaisepi chibage ichocho. anaKangai havapere ndazvona


Trunk 1 month ago

All this thing doesn't affect farmers only, but startups too, think of those startups less than a year in business who are engaging in agroprocessing, they are buying directly from small holder farmers, This GMB nonsense will kill GDP , will kill food production , will kill small businesses , will lead to hunger, Tobacco, Cotton, now Cereals, we human beings are so **** , we only remember the dates of history and forget the valuable lessons in that history


Vharazipi 1 month ago

hamuchiwane chibage imi, muchagarira matura nemaTende gore rino


Changu 1 month ago

Saka murimi haachabvumidzwi kurima chibage chemombe dzake, kwahi to do so tanga wataura ne GMB nxaaa ndokupenga uku, apa mbeu, fertiliser ne Labour ndaita ndega now output ndoyomoda kunditongera zvekuita nayo that's ****


Changu 1 month ago

Saka murimi haachabvumidzwi kurima chibage chemombe dzake, kwahi to do so tanga wataura ne GMB nxaaa ndokupenga uku, apa mbeu, fertiliser ne Labour ndaita ndega now output ndoyomoda kunditongera zvekuita nayo that's ****


Changu 1 month ago

Saka murimi haachabvumidzwi kurima chibage chemombe dzake, kwahi to do so tanga wataura ne GMB nxaaa ndokupenga uku, apa mbeu, fertiliser ne Labour ndaita ndega now output ndoyomoda kunditongera zvekuita nayo that's ****


dispenser 1 month ago

it's true don't


Farmer Brown 1 month ago

This nonsense, next season I will not grow maize, let GMB import it.


BOSS VEDAH 1 month ago

Ini ndakasiyana nazvo 2020-2021 farming season handidyiwi ndakatarisa

Sekuru waBona 1 month ago

there is someone very very wrong with those in leadership

I recall mumwe achiti achatuma mahealth inspectors kuti aongorore kuti migoti nemadishes akurara akasukwa nekuti mapete awandisa

a whole president kana ndimiwo

it's on video


muchetura 1 month ago

haaaa in zvekuti ndizopomerwa mhoswa yekuuraya Zombabwe yose kwete


Sekuru waBona 1 month ago

command everything whoever is behind this is so so so naive

command tactics work at the barracks not when it comes to anything that is linked with the economy

it's simple the people will hide the grains or even torch the whole produce

instead of inviting farmers to the round table and work the way forward moshandisa ginya saka munoti zvobuda?
t

dzidzai zvakaitika kucotton netobacco

very soon hapana achange orima ma cereals

tigoona


BOSS VEDAH 1 month ago

@se...waBona yur words shall come to pass im telling you. ZANU PF yazvitadza izvi.

Observer 1 month ago

S. I. 2023 citizens will be required to vote ÔŁÄ for CCC in the forthcoming election to return sanity in the agriculture environment.


dispenser 1 month ago

rimai enyu mumakkwamunawa nha ka hakuna kwamunawana mbeu yekubriber machembere kumamisha


peasant farmer 1 month ago

Changu ndavakuyisa muchetura, chitoreyi neginya muwone.


Sekuru waBona 1 month ago

Ian Smith was not perfect, but so far he is the best leader Zimbabwe has ever had

we are still using his roads, his dams, his trains, basically everything except Joina city building and Mbuya nehanda statue

May your lovely soul rest in peace Ian Smith, you set a high bar
­čŽë https://t.co/CsWGcCkzjC


Statutory Instrument 1 month ago

takakuvakira mabhiriji tikakupai ma t-shirts nema kepisi wani

War vet 1 month ago

iwe usanyepa takavaka futi National heroes acre

dispenser 1 month ago

l agree with yu just imagine ,where Australia is , south Africa is doing


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