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Maize Marketing In East And Southern Africa: Increasing The Efficiency Of Parastatal Systems
(Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe, 1988)
Sub-Saharan . Africa is characterized by widespread poverty and rapid population growth. Millions of Africans today are malnourished, and many more, perhaps 100 million or more, would eat better if they could (.Rotberg, ...
An Improved Maize Marketing System For Zimbabwe
Maize Price Cycles in Southern and Eastern Africa
(Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe., 1988)
Maize prices have been established by central government in most countries in the region since the 1930s. Maize is the most important staple crop and adequate supplies are essential to food security. The major concern in ...
An Economic Analysis of Swaziland’s Cotton Pricing and Marketing Policies for Smallholder Farmers in Marginal Rainfall Areas
(Department Of Agricultural Economics and Extension (DAEE) (University of Zimbabwe) (UZ), 2000-03)
Cotton is the main source of income for rural households in the smallholder-farming sector and provides employment at rural and national level. Despite the vital role played by cotton, production has declined since 1991. ...