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Zimbabwe's Agriculture Booming As White Farmers Return - Bloomberg

Zimbabwe's Agriculture Booming As White Farmers Return - Bloomberg

Bloomberg, a publication headquartered in the United States of America has said the Zimbabwean Agriculture sector is booming once again.

The publication attributes the development to the “return of white farmers” who had been dispossessed two decades ago when the government of the late founding leader of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe embarked on the Land Reform Programme. Said the publication:

The people tending the crops are, again, mostly White farmers.

Mugabe’s often violent program, partly designed to bolster political support ahead of a crucial election, slashed exports, prompted Western nations to impose sanctions and tipped the country into economic turmoil. The state’s now seeking funds to compensate the ejected farmers.

Today, the fertile land around the capital, Harare, is dotted with expensive irrigation equipment and wheat, corn and tobacco production is soaring, while a nascent blueberry industry is earning precious foreign currency. 

The publication further dismisses claims by state-controlled Sunday Mail on October 24, 2021, that Zimbabwe had  successfully implemented “the historic land reform program” that “sought to correct historical imbalances in land distribution and ownership.” Said the publication:

In reality, it has failed.

Zimbabwean farming is dominated by large companies such as British American Tobacco and Innscor Africa that hire growers to produce on their behalf on a commercial scale. 

Many of the Black Zimbabweans who occupy the fields as a result of Mugabe’s seizures are paid just a few percent of profits by those who manage the land.

Bloomberg attributes the “failure” by African farmers to excel in the sector to their lack of skills and the capital to cultivate effectively.

More: Bloomberg (By Antony Sguazzin)



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10 comments

Bloomberg 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Most blacks don't know much about farming techniques n so on...they are well acquainted with substance farming.. can't produce to feed the nation nor their immediate family

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Rambo 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Ngaapinde Hake Mkomama hatidye manyepo since 1980,Takabvuma kupusiswa zvakapera

Elyse 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Imimi ka!mukai mubike doro,u've bn singing e same tune muchinyebera vematama

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Fuck you 2 months, 4 weeks ago

We don't need agric but we need technology. Kurima kwakatangwa more than 100 thousand years ago. Lets grow up and turn to tech. Let's make tech compulsory instead of agric. Let's grow

Elyse 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Don't say we don't need agriculture.. speak for yourself

Fuck you 2 months, 4 weeks ago

So when you are finished eating your agriculture. What will you use ror communication? I'm just saying people shouldn't depend too much on agric to save the economy. Look at South Korea. It was once agro based and had the same economy as Rhodesia. Now look at them. Their economy is so big. They're exporting big time. They are waaay more updated. Super powerful tech

ping 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Do u eat technology ?

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Rev:Mlubale Leonard Ndlovu 2 months, 4 weeks ago

I disagree with Bloomberg,thus not true what he said,most black farmers are doing a great good in their farms including the Rural community farmers.The graineries are full and those white farmers who have decided to come back are welcome as prodigy sons of Zimbabwe

Wallie 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Lier

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Tanaka21 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Zvinokudzwa ,ngazvirambe zvakadaro

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