With the country running out of its own maize stocks this month and now relying on imports from South Africa, questions are being raised as to what happened to the Drought Relief levy collected in 1984-85 to ensure the country had enough reserves in case of drought.
– Sales seem more important than production Zimbabwe’s fertiliser companies may be ripping pleasant farmers of thousands of dollars and plunging them into deeper debts by recommending large amounts of fertiliser that do not necessarily boost production.
Two sets of alternatives face all those seeking to improve representative democracy and to ensure effective economic development to benefit all Zimbabweans.
-Elections will be held sooner than 1995-There will be change of leadership with new men coming in Zimbabwe’s next general elections due in 1995 will be held much sooner than that and there is likely to be a change of leadership with new men coming in, a Bulawayo-based clairvoyant, Bill McLeod, has predicted.
There has been a lot of talk about ESAP (Economic Structural Adjustment Programme) as something we all need to sacrifice for.
Although it has been described as a temporary camp for the purpose of “screening” squatters, Porta Farm is already established in the annals of Zimbabwe’s history as a disaster area.