Cassava production in Zimbabwe. Cassava production in Zimbabwe only takes place on a very limited scale in Mashonaland West and the crop was identified as having potential for increasing diversification in Zimbabwean agriculture (Kleih 1995). Cassava can be used as a food security and industrial crop because it is drought tolerant. There is a.
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Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe Although the group had a wider network of EcoCash agents, persistent cash shortages and the shift to the local currency last year, had severely crippled the service.Read More
Spread This NewsBy Matabeleland North Correspondent VICTORIA FALLS: Econet’s subsidiary, Cassava Smartech Thursday launched a unique VAYA Air Charter and VAYA Hopper facility to ease tourists.Read More
Cassava Fintech International (CFI), a subsidiary of Econet Global, has launched an enhanced voice and video conferencing service that allows up to 20 people on one call. Zimbabwe: Cassava Unveils.Read More
Announcing the introduction of the Sasai TeamTalk Free promotional offer, Mr Eddie Chibi, the CEO of Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe said the timing of this service could not have been more appropriate. “Families, communities, industries and nations have been impacted by COVID-19 pandemic. Lockdowns, working from home and social distancing have.Read More
Emilia Chisango, Cassava Zimbabwe’s Finance Director, says over the last three years Cassava Zimbabwe has seen its revenue grow by double digit figures, more than doubling in the financial year.Read More
CASSAVA Fintech International (CFI), a subsidiary of Econet Global, has launched an enhanced voice and video conferencing service that allows up to 20 people on one call. The service, branded Sasai TeamTalk, was unveiled as a promotional offer of free Sasai Conference calling, between 8am and 5pm every Sunday until the end of the month. The service is available through the Sasai all-in-one.Read More
Cassava FinTech is a pan-African business using an integrated model to drive financial inclusion and digital transactions across the continent. Our core operations in Mobile Money, Social Payments Services, Digital Banking, International Remittances and Mobile Micro Insurance with presence in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Burundi, Lesotho and UK and partnerships in other African countries.Read More
Potential of cassava in Zimbabwe Two main nlethods were applied for data collection: the use of secondary information already available form previous workshops and studies, and informal techniques for the collection of primary data. The primary data were obtained in the course of visits to the considered industries in Harare, Bulawayo, and Triangle. Interview check-lists, which could be.Read More
Cassava is either or the second most important staple food in many sub-Saharan African countries. Cassava production and processing practices remain largely habitual in most of the producing countries despite the high potentials for its commercial production and processing, its export potential, and its use in local industries to reduce import expenditure on substitute imported products. Most.Read More
An Analysis of the Production of Cassava as a Food Security Option for Zimbabwe. By. Julius Mathende Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Masters in Agricultural Economics (Mlnst Agrar) in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural. Development Faculty of Biological and Agricultural Sciences,. University of Pretoria Republic of South Africa. November 1999.Read More