Gov keen on local produce consumption

The government is stern on the need to consume locally produced commodities in order to promote and empower farming country wide.

This comes after an intention by government to consider a ban on the importation of cashew nuts into the country to empower local farming and production of the commodity once its demand reaches at least 70 percent.

Previous Zimbabwe revamps the Beef industry
Next Ghana’s 2019 Agritech Challenge

About author

You might also like

Markets 0 Comments

Zambian grain futures – no need to hold back

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has been working closely with ZAMACE to prepare the market participants as well as trading and settlement systems to accommodate the trading of futures contract

Africa 0 Comments

Support smallholder horticultural production, says IAPRI

The Indaba Agricultural Policy and Research Institute (IAPRI) has called on stakeholders to support smallholder horticultural production by establishing strategically and centrally located markets in Lusaka and the Copperbelt. In

Africa 0 Comments

Government’s agriculture endevours buttressed

Agriculture has occupied a top spot on government’s policy and intervention agenda. Michael Katambo, the Livestock and Fisheries minister said the stance will ensure economic stability and growth. He said