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Nathaniel Manheru The week has had a number of strange twists, all of them presenting some interesting points for commentators. The only problem is that not everyone comprehends reality in its interconnectedness, which is why we need commentators...
Critics say reform policy has done little to improve food security or the agricultural business sector. Without sufficent funds, Zimbabweans have had to revert to manual farming methods. (Aaron Ufumeli) More Coverage More than a decade after Zimbabwe'
April 2013 editorial The Commercial Farmers Union's admission that the land reform was irreversible and that it now wanted to be re-considered for land to farm did not surprise us as it would have been foolish of them to continue resisting a
Zimbabwean white farmers have presented government with a staggering US$10 billion bill for property confiscated during the country's chaotic land redistribution exercise, setting the stage for a row with the cash-strapped inclusive government.
In this article I will discuss the nature of the impasse, and I will review the status, legislation, and prospects for resolving the issue and accelerating rehabilitation, investment and productivity. As a general framework for accelerating the
S growing reliance on food imports, particularly from regional countries such as Zambia and Malawi, is testimony to the country's general regression over the years blamed on the government's policy failures by players within the agricultural sector,
The ban expired on Sunday and the other three months of his penalty were deferred to a two-year probationary period. Mohamed bin Hammam, offered bribes of US$40,000 to several CFU officials in return for votes. Joseph 'Sepp' Blatter, who was later re-
Jack Warner peddled "inaccuracies and falsehoods" when he claimed last month that he got World Cup television rights for $1 in exchange for supporting Sepp Blatter's presidential campaigns, football's world governing body said on Friday...World Cup
Well-known personalities Horace Burrell, Ronald Jones and Yves Jean-Bart were among nine administrators appointed to restore the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) to normality over the next five months...They have been joined by Luis Hernandez of Cuba,
Four members of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) were banned on 14 October. The officials will have their cases heard in mid-November, world football's governing body said in a statement. They have been charged with breaching rules on ethics in the