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Command agriculture misses targets

THE government’s special maize import substitution programme, command agriculture, fell short of its ambitious targets, producing about 30 percent of the country’s maize output in the 2016/17 season, according to official figures. Last year, President Robert Mugabe’s government introduced the programme, funded to the tune of $192 million by commodities firm Sakunda, in a bid […]

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