ZFU members in Murehwa are venturing into the lucrative business of growing flowers like Zenia Lilipati ,Marigold Nima and Dwarf Lipati



A bull on display at ZITF in Bulawayo.



Barclays Chairman Anthony Mandiwanza and Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Dr Lazurus Dokora follow proceedings during launch of the Young Farmers Empowerement and Entrepreneurship Program at Kushinga Phikelela in Marondera.



ZFU has embarked on an ambitious project to promote livestock production, particularly in low rainfall areas.



ZFU has embarked on a country wide drive to encourage the formation of Young Farmers Clubs at schools and in communities



ZFU leadership, secretariat and stakeholders during the 73rd Congress in Gweru.



Become a member

For one to become a member, an annual fee has to be paid at your nearest ZFU office.

The fees are categorised into 3 classes listed below

  1. Communal Farmers-A membership fee of US2.00  is required

  2. Small to medium Commercial Farmers-A membership fee of US5.00 is required

  3. Large Commercial farmers-A membership fee of US10.00 is required

After paying the subscription fees and upon renewal, an individual is furnished with a membership card, popularly known as the ZFU membership card.The ZFU card entitles the holder to enjoy a wide array  of discounts for goods purchased at various firms.

How ZFU is Organised

The Union is hierarchically organised. Clubs are formed at the local levels and representative structures rise from area, district, provincial up to the national levels Small-scale commercial farmers, large-scale commercial farmers and plot holders join local ZFU associations, whilst farmers in communal and resettlement areas join local clubs. The ZFU’s District Council represents the interests of the associations and area councils of each district. The ZFU’s provincial councils represent all districts and the national council is formed out of the provincial councils.

Hierarchically structured under the same manner are the ZFU’s sub wings consisting of women, youths and commodity associations. These are represented in the respective councils at all levels.

News & Events

21
May2015

ZFU ATTENDS TO FARMER CONCERNS AT TOBACCO AUCTION FLOORS

The Zimbabwe Farmers Union(ZFU) has deployed a team at the three auction floors that are...

21
May2015

AGRI-BUSINESS CHAMBER MEETING PENCILED

The Zimbabwe Farmers Union(ZFU) will next week on Friday hold a meeting with industry stakeholders...

17
Mar2015

COTTON WATCH

Zimbabwe's cotton output this season has been projected to slump 11 percent as prices for...

05
Mar2015

TOBACCO MARKETING SEASON OPENS AMIDTS PROTESTS OVER LOW PRICES

This year's tobaccos marketing season opened on 04 March 2015 but was disrupted when farmers...

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