Ministry of Agriculture (Zimbabwe)

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The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) is a government ministry, responsible for agriculture in Zimbabwe, (including the management of agricultural land use but not land reform). The head of Air Force of Zimbabwe Perence Shiri is the current incumbent minister[1] while the deputy minister is Davis Marapira.[2] The ministry is located in Harare. It oversees:

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State corporations under the direction of the Ministry of Agriculture include:[3]

  • Agricultural Bank of Zimbabwe (AGRIBANK)
  • Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB)
  • Pig Industry Board (PIB)
  • Agricultural Rural Development Authority(ARDA)
  • Grain Marketing Board (GMB)
  • Tobacco Research Board (TRB)
  • Cold Storage Commission(CSC)

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