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CAMCO drive mechanised farming agenda

Agriculture merchandise company CAMCO is optimistic that its implements can help to boost agricultural production and support wealth creation. “The equipment we are supplying helps and continues to support job,

Tobacco, Cotton & Soya dominate Agro exports as inflation ticks up

Zambia’s Agricultural exports has continued to be dominated by cash crops Tobacco, Cotton and Soya. This was confirmed by the Central Statistics Office – CSO monthly bulletin for October 2018.

Zambia Sugar fails to declare dividends on high debt levels

Illovo’s local unit, Zambian Sugar Plc despite recording a total of K2.4 billion in revenue by the end of 31st August 2018, K1.4 billion above the comparative period has announced

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Breadbasket Of Southern Africa

Zambia has great potential to be the breadbasket of Southern Africa. During the extreme El Niño drought of 2015-2016, Zambia successfully yielded a food surplus and exported vital produce to

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Seed companies arrears still outstanding

Government owes K56,355,627.64 to seed companies that supplied farming inputs under FISP for 2016/17 and 2017/18 farming season. Michael Katambo, the agriculture minister said the debt is due to budgetary

Zambia has enough maize grain  – MAZ

The Millers Association of Zambia -MAZ- says the country has enough maize grain to last up to the next harvest period. MAZ President Andrew Chintala says there is therefore no

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Zambia puts restriction on Maize Exports

Minister of Agriculture Michael Katambo says government has put an administrative measure on the export of maize outside the country. Mr. Katambo says the restrictive measure is not a ban

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Climate change risks escalates

Oxfam International said climate change has set the planet on fire with millions already feeling the impacts. Apollos Nwafor, Pan Africa Director of Oxfam International believes the faster governments embrace the

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President calls for aquaculture ventures

President Edgar Lungu has advised farmers to start investing in fish farming, to halt importing of fish from other countries. The President further said farmers cultivating maize and soya beans

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FISP inputs reach remote areas on time

Timely delivery of farming inputs has been applauded by farmers from the remote districts of north-western province. Farmers in the province have already received inputs before the on-set of rains.