Zimbabwe enters into US$58m agricultural mechanization agreement with Belarus

ZIMBABWE – Zimbabwe is set to receive the first batch of agriculture equipment from Belarus, procured under an inter-governmental agreement worth US$58m, aimed at revolutionising Zimbabwe’s agriculture industry. The Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in South Africa said in a statement that the first batch of modern farm machinery has been shipped to Harare, including 20 grain harvesters for grain and maize, 100 tractors, and 52 seed drills, with the second batch expected by December. The agriculture deal was signed in 2018, with Belarus providing farming machinery and advanced technology…

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