Tobacco stalk destruction deadline extended: Essential for disease control

By Staff Writer / June 7, 2024 /

The Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development under the Department of Research and Specialist Services, sends out annual reminders to all tobacco producers in Zimbabwe to destroy…

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Zimbabwe hosts first ever Africa Tobacco Expo

By Staff Writer / May 21, 2024 /

Zimbabwe recently hosted the World Tobacco Africa exhibition and conference in Harare, marking the first of its kind on the African continent. This event underscored Zimbabwe’s status as the premier…

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🌍🚜 World Tobacco Africa 2024: Final Day Highlights | πŸŒΏπŸƒ

By Staff Writer / May 16, 2024 /

Join the team as we explore the final day of the World Tobacco Africa 2024 exhibition and conference! This video captures the innovative exhibits from the premier event in…

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Energy efficient tobacco curing barn launched at Kutsaga

By Staff Writer / April 19, 2024 /

Research into a cleaner, sustainable alternative tobacco curing fuel for Zimbabwe’s gold leaf is showing promising results with the commissioning of a gas curing barn. Kutsaga Research Station, in partnership…

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Curbing deforestation to preserve our indigenous trees

By Staff Writer / April 11, 2024 /

Zimbabwe has a long and proud history of exporting tobacco and as nearly all of the national crop is exported annually, it remains a key contributor to our GDP. It…

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Kutsaga Welcomes New Executive Director of Production and Operations

By Staff Writer / April 5, 2024 /

Harare, ZimbabweΒ – The Tobacco Research Board (TRB), known to many by its trade name Kutsaga, is proud to announce a significant milestone in its leadership team with the appointment of…

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Tobacco sales begin amid high hopes

By Staff Writer / March 13, 2024 /

The 2024 tobacco sales and marketing season has kicked off. Officially opening the event on Wednesday, March 13, was the Vice President of Zimbabwe, Hon. Gen (rtd) Dr CGDN Chiwenga.…

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