Zimbabwe’s largest seed maker, Seedco Limited will become the latest company to dump the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) and migrate to the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX) following approval by the board.
SeedCo Limited will follow its spin-off, SeedCo International which migrated to the VFEX in
Dual-listed pan-African company, Seedco International has warned of a decline in earnings for the six months to September due to reduced sales volumes caused by product shortages in some of its regional Markets.
Seedco International is listed on the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX) as well
Visiting Malawi Minister of Agriculture Lobin Clarke Lowe has applauded Zimbabwe’s agriculture sector saying his country has a lot to learn.
Speaking after touring several demonstration plots of varieties of crops that being bred by SeedCo owned Rattray Arnold Research station in Mashonaland Central, Minister Lowe
Depreciating regional currencies restricted growth in revenue earnings in dollar terms for seed producer, Seed Co International during the full year ending 31 March 2020 despite impressive volume sales performance in both East Africa and Central Africa.
Seedco International which operates in several African countries was
Zimbabwe's largest seed producer, Seed Co Limited reported a $5,9 million profit after tax for the six months ended September 30, 2018 on the back of better pricing for wheat seed.
Addressing analysts in the capital yesterday, the group’s chief executive Morgan Nzwere said their profit
According to the Group Secretary, John Matorofa, improvement was due to strong performance of continuing operations which was driven by heightened product demand in addition to reduction in finance costs and an improved performance of the associate cotton seed business.
Climate change is the biggest challenge to plant breeders who have to deal with a variety of drought resistant seeds to improve food security in the country, a plant breeding academic, Professor Pangirai Tongoona has said.
Speaking at the Zimbabwe Plant Breeders Association symposium on Thursday, Professor
Local seed producer, Seed Co limited turnover for the year ended September 2017 has increased by 45% to $36,1 million due to early maize seed sales and improved winter cereal seed sales.
According to the Group Secretary, John Matorofa, gross margin rose by 9% points to