The harvest brought in about $50 million more than last year. In spite of so many farmers growing the crop, they are unable to reach the volumes grown in the days of commercial farming.
When Mugabe drove 4,000 productive white farmers off their land a decade ago it was a tragedy. Kicking out the last 150 seems like a sad farce. Let's hope that cooler heads prevail.
With six failed banks and runaway corruption, most places in Africa would be looking at a military coup. But the dictator's grip remains strong and he may simply print more money.
Ten sad legacies bestowed by Zimbabwe's perpetual strongman on his nation and people.
A dictator's guide.
Zimbabwe's flawed election is not the only issue. Africa's southern tier faces potentially volatile elections in Madagascar this year, and Mozambique and Malawi in 2014.
A report from the International Crisis Group says today's election may be President Robert Mugabe's last stand – but he will go down fighting.