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Mazoe underutilised


Eric Chiriga

MAZOE Citrus Estates is failing to fully utilise its estate as its land remains listed under the controversial land reform programme.



rdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif”>Of the 88% land listed by government 46% is already occupied by new farmers.


“Mazoe Citrus Estates remains dogged by the uncertainty of listed land,” said Interfresh chairman Lysias Sibanda.


Mazoe Citrus Estates is a subsidiary of Interfresh Ltd.


Sibanda said although they were continuing to invest in infrastructure at the estates for future potential use, the uncertainty hinders them from maximising its full potential.


Interfresh has since engaged in dialogue with local authorities with regards to their listed land but the efforts have so far been fruitless.


“We remain challenged by the uncertainty of the outcome of our dialogue with government with regards to our land. We are still confident that our efforts will yield a positive outcome,” Sibanda said.

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