Jobs in Chisumbanje

sugar_caneCHIPINGE - Over 3000 villagers in the arid area of Chipinge have been absorbed in the sugar cane production at Chisumbanje Estate and Middle Sabi and there are prospects that more could be employed from the project that will culminate in the production of ethanol.


Chipinge, which is one of the most under-developed areas of Zimbabwe, has failed to attract investment, but the current move by former commercial white farmers who are committed to investing in the country has brought a sigh of relief to the people whose land does not produce enough for sustenance.

We are happy working here. The houses have been renovated and we now have something to live upon. We are happy because we will not leave our homes, said Tabeth Bande

A recruitment drive is underway calling on all Zimbabweans living abroad and wishing to return home to apply for various posts created within the investment portfolio so far, said Graeme Smith who is the managing Director of GreenFuel the company spearheading the projects.

Smith added that the company intended to equip people from Chipinge with skills.

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