Zim tobacco: Is it sustainable?

This demonstrates that tobacco companies are not solely driven by profit but also aim to enhance the livelihoods of their stakeholders.
By Phineas Mukomberanwa Nov. 24, 2023

Editorial Comment: Heads must roll after auditor general exposé

Zacc is feared to have lost money after it paid US$345 918 for 10 cars but had received only five at the time of the audit.
By The Standard Oct. 29, 2023

High time to enforce no delivery, no pay policy

In her report, acting Auditor-General Rheah Kujinga noted that there were 51 entities that had not yet submitted financial statements for audit.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 27, 2023

Coal facility excites tobacco farmers

To address fundamental production issues affecting sustainability and farmer viability, the three organisations have come up with a special coal facility for tobacco farmers.
By Belinda Chiroodza Oct. 19, 2023

Work begins on US$20m tobacco processing plant

Government has been pushing for investments into processing plants to help Zimbabwe increase exports of value-added agricultural commodities.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 6, 2023

BAT sales volumes down 15%

Taxes paid in the form of excise duty, corporate tax, value-added tax, customs duty, pay as you earn and withholding tax amounted to ZWL$14 billion in historical
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Sep. 29, 2023

Masvingo council bans employees from consuming Kambucha

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau considers Kambucha non-alcoholic if it contains less than 0,5% alcohol.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 27, 2023

TSL revenue up 229% in Q3

During the period, TSL cumulatively handled 51,9 million kilogrammes of tobacco, a 125% increase on prior year’s figures.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 21, 2023

Interview: Timb optimistic of achieving US$1,5 billion tobacco exports

Huge debts with contracting firms also push growers into side-marketing. The cost of production also pushes growers to side-marketing.
By Belinda Chiroodza Sep. 1, 2023