Zimbabwe's agriculture project yields positive results

The Zimbabwe government says it will expand the $500 million command agriculture project to other sectors of the economy to help ease the country's financial problems.

CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies spoke to Dumisani Muleya, Editor of Zimbabwe Independent, about some of the stories making headlines in Zimbabwe.

What the government did in view of food security in this country, so they launched a command agriculture scheme worth $500 million. They are claiming it has been a huge success.

Dumisani Muleya, Editor of Zimbabwe Independent

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