By Tendai Guvamombe

The Zimbabwe Agriculture Show kicked off today with Diplomat Business Networking Club hosting a conference on Climate Smart Agriculture.

The platform brought together, players in the Agriculture Sector and Environment fraternity to discuss issues around strengthening food security through smart practices investments pathways and legislative frameworks.

More than 250 000 people are expected to visit the Exhibition Park for the show.
The 113th show is running under the theme: “Sustained growth. Adaptation. Productivity and Linkages.”

This year’s Edition, more than 400 exhibitors including foreign companies from the Democratic Republic of Congo, European Union, China, South Africa and Malawi have confirmed their participation.

THE 2023 Zimbabwe Agricultural Show starts today with a high schools’ rugby tournament among some of the major highlights at the annual function.

More than 250 000 people are expected to visit the Exhibition Park for the show which is running from today until Saturday.
Dr Matibiri said safety measures have been put in place to ensure a smooth flow of the event.

ZAS chief executive Dr Andrew Matibiri hinted on the preparations on the International Show.

“Great emphasis has been put on safety and security of both exhibitors and visitors to the extent that wider and more modern CCTV cameras have been installed in addition to the drones, installation of gate turnstiles and ticketing systems to ensure improved convenience.”