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    Sugarcane farmers want haulage business stopped


    CHIREDZI – Members of the Commercial Sugarcane Farmers Association of Zimbabwe (CSFAZ) want their organization to stop its haulage business after it suffered losses in 2016.
    Speaking during CSFAZ annual general meeting held at Polocross in Hippo Valley on Friday, various farmers spoke against the haulage business which they say is not benefitting them as farmers. They said if the association wants to continue with the business they should run it as a separate entity without injecting farmers` money into it.
    "From the Chairman`s report it shows that trucks made a loss in 2016 and it is prudent for our association to dump this and concentrate on our core business," said Dr Tungamirai Rukatya.
    In his annual report, CSFAZ Chairman Tawanda Mafurutu said the two trucks which were bought in 2015 generated $63 641 in 2016 and the expenses were $64 540 which translates to a loss of $899.
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