Ministry of Agriculture (Zimbabwe)

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. Perence Shiri is the current incumbent minister,[1] while the current deputy ministers are Douglas Karoro and Vangelis Haritatos. The ministry is located in Harare. It oversees:

State corporationsEdit

State corporations under the direction of the Ministry of Agriculture include:[2]

  • 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)

Ministers of AgricultureEdit

The following have served as Minister of Agriculture:

Deputy Ministers of AgricultureEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa gives key cabinet jobs to military figures". BBC.
  2. ^ MOA, front page
  3. ^ "About Moven Mahachi - Pindula, Local Knowledge". Retrieved 17 January 2020.
  4. ^ Denis, Norman (2018). The Odd Man In: Mugabe's White-Hand Man. Weaver Press. pp. xi. ISBN 978-1-77922-335-7.
  5. ^ Mugabe, Tendai (11 October 2013). "West ready to enagage Zimbabwe". The Herald. Retrieved 17 January 2020.
  6. ^ "Mnangagwa Appoints Coup Plotters to Key Ministries in Recycled Mugabe Cabinet". Voice of America.
  7. ^ Langa, Veneranda (13 September 2018). "'Appointment came as a huge surprise'". NewsDay Zimbabwe. Retrieved 17 January 2020.

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