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Contents

Government S
General
Climate

Dams and Tou

Exchange Rat
Prices

Consumer Pri

Poverty Datum
Population

Economic Ind

Balance of Pa

National Acco

Gross Domes

Gross Domes

Facts and Figures


2014

Gross Domes
Education

Number of Sc

School Enrolm

School Attend

Other College
Health

Health Person

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Production

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Transport

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Contents

Government Statistics

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General
Climate

Dams and Tourism

Exchange Rate

Prices

Consumer Price Index

Poverty Datum Lines

Population

Economic Indicators

Balance of Payment

10

National Accounts

12

Gross Domestic Product -Income Approach

12

Gross Domestic Product-Production Approach

13

Gross Domestic Product -Expenditure Approach

14

Education

16

Number of Schools

16

School Enrolments, Teachers Colleges

17

School Attendances, Teachers/Lecturers

20

Other Colleges Enrolments and Tutors

22

Health

23

Health Personnel

23

Medical Institutions

24

Health Facilities

25

Immunisation

26

Production

28

Manufacturing

28

Mining

29

Transport

30

Airport Traffic

30

Railways

31

Agriculture

32

Crop Production on Large Scale, Small Scale Commercial farms,

32

Communal lands, Ressetlement Areas, A1 and A2 farms

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GOVERNMENT STATISTICS

This profile has been prepared by the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT),
with the hope that the information it contains will meet the initial needs for statistical
data of all those interested in Zimbabwe and its people.
What Statistics are available?
Statistics covering almost every field of economic, social activity and the
environment are collected, analysed and disseminated by the Agency.
These statistics are available in the form of publications, and in unpublished form.
A wide range of Statistics are available on request in published form.
ZIMSTAT Main Publications
Title of Publication/Section
General Publications
Compendium of Statistics
Quarterly Digest of Statistics
Facts and Figures

Central Business Register


Agriculture / Environmental Statistics
Crop Production in Zimbabwe
Production Account of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
Environmental Statistics

Education /Gender
Women and Men
Child Labour Report

Education Statistics Report


Employment
Labour Force Survey Report

Health (in conjunction with the Ministry of Health and Child Care)
Health Profile
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS)

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Tourism & Cultural Statistics


Monthly Migration & Tourist Statistics
Quarterly Migration & Tourist Statistics
Annual Migration & Tourist Statistics

Judicial & Social Welfare


Prisons Census Report

National Accounts
National Accounts Report

Population Statistics
Zimbabwe Demographic & Health Survey (ZDHS)
Population Census Preliminary Report
Population Census Provincial Profiles
Population Census National Report
Zimbabwe in Maps - A Census Atlas
Intercensal Demographic Survey
Migration Profile
Mortality Report

Prices
Consumer Price Index
Building Materials Price Index
Producer Price Index
Civil Engineering Price Index
Quarterly Prices Bulletin
Poverty Datum Lines

Production
Business Tendency Survey
Census of Industrial Production
Volume of Manufacturing Index

Central Business Register


Trade Statistics
Quarterly Bulletin of Trade Statistics
Statement of External Trade

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CLIMATE
Annual Mean Minimum and Maximum Temperature (C), 2008/09 to 2011/12

Station

2008/09
Min
Max

2009/10
Min
Max

2010/11
Min
Max

2011/12
Min
Max

Nyanga

5.1

20.9

8.9

21.5

9.2

21.7

8.1

21.5

Bulawayo (Goetz)

12.8

28.9

13.5

26.6

13.1

27.7

12.3

27.1

19.0

31.7

17.0

28.6

17.9

31.3

Harare (Belvedere)

12.9

26.6

13.7

26.2

14.1

26.4

12.0

25.8

Gweru

11.2

26.0

10.7

25.9

10.5

26.2

9.1

25.7

Beitbridge

16.2

30.6

16.2

30.3

16.2

30.2

16.9

31.3

Kariba

Annual Rainfall Totals, millimetre 2010/11 to 2013/2014


2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

1 154.0

66.7

1 224.4

928.8

Bulawayo (Goetz)

554.8

34.0

472.2

752.5

Kariba Airport

749.1

60.5

743.0

733.5

Harare (Belvedere)

731.1

76.5

1 062.4

801.0

Harare Residential

Gweru (Thornhill)

861.6

34.0

488.5

867.0

Beitbridge

504.8

424.0

502.5

419.3

Station
Nyanga

Note:
Source:

Data not available

Meteorological Department

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DAMS
Number of Dams, 2013
Catchment

Number

Irrigation

Mining

of

Hydro

Industry

electric

Water

Environ

Supply

ment

Dams

Supply

Gwayi

224

149

13

27

30

Manyame

990

915

18

45

1 021

935

33

47

Mzingwane

246

170

55

12

Runde

289

203

51

20

Sanyati

658

575

36

33

Save

555

506

25

18

Total

3 983

3 453

38

40

245

205

Mazowe

TOURISM
Visitors by Arrival Category, 2011-14

Period

Visitors
from Abroad
by reason of Visit

2011

2012

2013

2014#

In transit

458 164

536 257

632 420

555 065

On Business

224 946

297 196

339 538

337 796

20 830

16 532

12 022

16 413

823 147

826 101

800 549

563 999

25 170

68 267

160 176

42 357

1 552 257

1 744 653

1 944 705

1 515 630

For Education

On Holiday
For Shopping
Total

Note:

2014 figures are upto October

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OFFICIAL EXCHANGE RATES


Selected International Exchange rates per US Dollar, 2014

South

Botswana

Japanese

European

British

African

Pula/1

Yen/1

Currency/2

Pound

Rand/1

Sterling/2

January

11.21

9.09

102.47

1.35

1.65

February

10.71

8.85

101.74

1.37

1.67

March

10.59

8.80

102.86

1.38

1.66

April

10.57

8.85

102.38

1.38

1.68

May

10.44

8.73

101.61

1.36

1.67

June

10.58

8.67

101.30

1.36

1.70

July

10.68

8.85

102.76

1.36

1.69

August

10.98

9.07

107.35

1.29

1.63

September

11.26

9.26

109.39

1.27

1.63

October

10.90

9.11

110.87

1.26

1.59

November

11.02

9.22

118.21

1.38

1.57

December

Note: Foreign currency per US dollar


Source: Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe

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PRICES
Consumer Price Index, 2014 ( 2012 = 100)
Period

Weights

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Food and non alcoholic beverages

33.5

98.2

98.4

98.3

97.8

97.5

97.4

Alcoholic beverages and tobacco

4.4

104.5

104.5

104.4

104.7

104.8

104.8

Clothing & footwear

6.0

100.0

99.9

99.9

99.8

99.7

99.8

Housing water electricity gas and other fuels


17.7

103.6

103.5

102.7

102.5

102.5

102.5

98.9

98.9

98.7

98.0

97.7

97.8

Furniture, household equipment and maintenance


9.9
Health

2.2

101.9

102.0

102.0

102.2

102.2

102.5

Transport

9.8

101.6

101.7

101.7

102.0

102.3

102.2

Communication

3.4

86.0

86.0

86.0

86.0

86.0

86.0

Recreation and culture

2.1

98.9

98.9

98.9

99.2

99.0

98.9

Education

5.7

111.3

111.6

111.3

125.7

125.7

125.7

Restaurants and hotels

1.4

102.2

102.1

102.1

101.1

100.9

100.8

Miscellaneous goods and services

3.9

99.0

99.1

98.8

98.8

98.4

98.4

100.0

100.5

100.5

100.3

100.9

100.8

100.7

Inflation Rate Monthly (%)

0.1

0.0

0.2

0.6

0.1

0.0

Inflation Rate Annual ( %)

0.4

0.5

0.9

0.3

0.2

All Items

Period

Weights

0.1

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

2014

Food and non alcoholic beverages

33.5

97.0

96.2

95.8

95.6

95.5

95.2

96.9

Alcoholic beverages and tobacco

4.4

104.7

104.5

104.6

104.8

105.0

105.0

104.7

Clothing & footwear

6.0

99.9

99.8

99.9

100.0

100.1

100.0

99.9

Housing water electricity gas and other fuels


17.7

102.8

102.8

103.2

103.2

103.2

103.4

103.0

97.7

97.6

97.3

97.2

97.1

97.0

97.8

Furniture, household equipment and maintenance


9.9
Health

2.2

102.6

102.6

102.8

102.8

102.9

103.1

102.4

Transport

9.8

102.1

102.4

102.8

102.5

102.6

102.8

102.2

Communication

3.4

85.9

85.8

85.8

85.7

85.7

85.7

85.9

Recreation and culture

2.1

98.8

98.8

98.6

98.6

98.6

98.4

98.8

Education

5.7

128.0

128.0

128.0

128.0

116.2

116.2

121.1

Restaurants and hotels

1.4

101.7

101.7

101.3

101.3

100.7

100.5

101.4

Miscellaneous goods and services

3.9

98.1

96.9

97.0

97.0

97.1

96.9

98.0

100.0

100.7

100.4

100.4

100.3

99.6

99.5

100.4

0.3

0.0

0.2

0.1

All Items
Inflation Rate Monthly (%)

0.0

Inflation Rate Annual ( %)

0.3

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0.1

0.7

0.1

0.0

0.8

0.8

0.2

Poverty Datum Lines per month, 2014


Bulaw Manica Mashon Masho Masho Matabe Matabel Midla Masvi Harar Zimba (%)
(%)
ayo
land
aland naland naland leland eland
nds
ngo
e
bwe Quarte Annual
Central East
West North South
rly

Food Poverty Datum Lines per person per month

2014

31.7

28.9

30.2

29.3

31.6

39.3

36.5

28.8

30.2

30.3

31.5

0.00

March

31.9

29.0

29.8

29.1

31.7

40.9

35.9

29.2

30.6

30.5

31.6

-0.63

3.19

June

31.8

29.7

30.7

30.1

33.4

39.5

37.5

29.4

30.0

30.5

31.9

0.73

-0.62

September

31.6

28.7

30.2

29.2

31.2

38.1

36.6

28.2

29.7

29.9

31.2

-0.73

0.00

December

31.4

28.2

30.3

28.9

30.9

37.9

36.0

28.3

29.6

29.5

31.0

-0.09

-1.43

Food Poverty Datum Lines for 5 persons per household per month

# 2014

158.6

144.7

150.9

146.5

158.2

196.4

182.7 144.2 150.8 151.3 157.5

0.00

March

159.5

144.8

149.0

145.7

158.6

204.3

179.4 146.2 153.1 152.3 158.2

-0.63

3.19

June

159.0

148.4

153.3

150.4

166.9

197.6

187.7 147.2 150.0 152.4 159.6

0.73

-0.62

September

158.1

143.3

151.0

145.8

155.8

190.7

183.0 141.0 148.5 149.7 155.9

-0.73

0.00

December

157.1

140.9

151.4

144.6

154.5

189.6

180.1 141.5 148.1 147.4 154.8

-0.09

-1.43

Total Consumption Poverty Lines per person per month

2014

101.7

92.9

97.0

94.1

101.6

126.1

117.8

92.6

96.6

97.4 101.1

0.00

March

102.2

92.9

95.5

93.4

101.7

130.9

115.0

93.8

98.1

97.6 101.4

-0.63

6.15

June

101.9

95.1

98.3

96.4

107.0

126.7

120.3

94.4

96.2

97.7 102.3

0.73

1.60

September

101.1

92.5

97.7

94.0

100.7

122.8

118.8

91.0

95.4

96.9 100.6

-0.12

-0.46

December

101.7

90.0

97.9

92.8

99.0

122.6

119.6

90.5

94.4

96.5 100.0

0.03

-1.12

Total Consumption Poverty Lines for 5 persons per household per month

2014

508.4

464.3

485.1

470.3

508.2

630.6

589.0 463.0 483.2 486.8 505.7

0.00

March

511.1

464.3

477.7

467.2

508.3

654.6

574.8 468.8 490.6 488.1 507.0

-0.63

6.15

June

509.5

475.6

491.4

482.1

534.9

633.3

601.5 471.8 480.8 488.6 511.7

0.73

1.60

September

505.7

462.3

488.3

469.8

503.3

613.9

594.0 454.8 477.1 484.4 502.9

-0.12

-0.46

December

508.7

450.2

489.5

464.1

495.1

612.8

598.0 452.5 471.8 482.6 499.8

0.03

-1.12

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POPULATION
(2012 Population Census Results) Population by Province, Zimbabwe

Manicaland

1 752 698

Mashonaland Central

1 152 520

Mashonaland East

1 344 955

Mashonaland West

1 501 656

Matabeleland North

749 017

Matabeleland South

683 893

Midlands

1 614 941

Masvingo

1 485 090

Harare

2 123 132

Bulawayo

653 337

Note that population figures for Harare Province include Chitungwiza and Harare Rural

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Zimbabwe Population Projections (in millions), 1992-2012

Year

Males

Females

Total

1992

5.10

5.30

10.40

1993

5.30

5.50

10.80

1994

5.40

5.70

11.10

1995

5.60

5.90

11.50

1996

5.80

6.10

11.90

1997

6.00

6.30

12.30

1998

6.20

6.50

12.70

1999

6.40

6.70

13.10

2000

6.60

6.90

13.50

2001

6.80

7.10

13.90

2002

5.63

6.00

11.63

2003

5.64

6.00

11.64

2004

5.68

6.05

11.73

2005

5.73

6.10

11.83

2006

5.82

6.19

12.01

2007

5.83

6.21

12.04

2008

5.87

6.25

12.12

2009

5.92

6.31

12.23

2010

5.97

6.36

12.34

2012

6.28

6.78

13.06

Note: The population figures for 2002 to 2010 were projected from the 2002 Population
Census figures, the 2012 figures are from the 2012 Population Census results

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Population of Main Towns in Zimbabwe: (2002 Population Census,


2010 Projections and 2012 Population Census Results)
Town

Population
2002

2010

2012

1 435 784

1 526 750

1 485 231

Bulawayo

676 650

719 934

653 337

Chitungwiza

323 260

343 781

356 840

Mutare

170 466

181 389

187 621

Gweru

140 806

149 820

157 865

Kwekwe

103 724

110 200

100 900

Bindura Urban

93 608

99 178

43 675

Marondera Urban

76 351

78 197

61 998

Chinhoyi

69 490

73 850

77 929

Kadoma Urban

61 397

65 292

92 469

Chegutu Urban

55 968

59 527

50 590

Kariba Urban

51 847

55 138

26 451

Karoi

43 424

44 559

28 606

Hwange

35 128

37 377

37 522

Beitbridge

33 637

35 790

42 137

Redcliff

25 849

27 518

35 929

Zishavane Urban

23 820

24 476

45 230

Shurugwi Urban

22 383

23 837

21 905

Masvingo Urban

16 863

17 928

87 886

Chiredzi Urban

13 363

14 226

30 448

Harare

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ECONOMIC INDICATORS
Principal Economic Indicators, 2010 - 14

Highest

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Volume Indices (1990=100)

41.00

49.20

49.90

49.60

49.60

Gross Output (US$ million)

1 940.38

2 923.13

3 241.08

2 865.23

Intermediate consumption (US$ million)

1 127.89

1 672.17

1 650.34

1 486.20

812.49

1 250.96

1 590.74

1 379.04

Gross Output (US$ million)

498.57

611.66

379.49

479.49

Intermediate consumption (US$ million)

219.84

283.47

149.63

188.00

Value Added (US$ million)

278.73

328.19

229.85

291.50

10 190.50

10 596.20

10 163.60

11 236.80

10 791.00

Gross Output (US$ million)

393.08

454.34

114.51

114.51

Intermediate consumption (US$ million)

114.81

145.01

59.90

59.90

Value Added (US$ million)

278.27

309.33

54.61

54.61

Gross Output (US$ million)

74.39

116.37

281.52

617.81

Intermediate consumption (US$ million)

42.99

65.03

185.47

391.65

Value Added (US$ million)

31.40

51.34

96.05

226.16

Imports (US$ million)

5 864.65

8 596.19

7 462.99

7 704.19

6 379.76

Total Exports (US$ million)

3 245.44

3 557.37

3 882.29

3 507.30

3 063.74

Gross National Product (US$million )*

9 456.81

10 956.34

12 392.72

13 490.23

Employment '000

1 192.90

1 111.5##

Value to Date
Manufacturing

Value Added (US$ million)


Mining

Electricity and Water Supply


Electricity produced (million KWh)

Construction

Value of

Note:
-

Data not available

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Balance of Payment : Summary Data, US$ Million, 2012-15


2012

2013

2014

2015

Actual

Actual

Estimate

Projections

CURRENT ACCOUNT(excl.official transfers)

- 3 048.09

- 3 432.23

- 3 065.33

- 2 749.38

TRADE BAL f.o.b

- 2 902.04

- 3 114.64

- 2 747.97

- 2 492.62

Exports f.o.b

3 808

3 694

3 558

3 682

Imports f.o.b

6 710

6 809

6 306

6 175

- 866

- 919

- 863

- 868

268

278

284

289

1 134

1 196

1 147

1 157

- 959

- 1 034

- 1 116

- 1 159

- 124

- 144

- 203

- 213

127

147

206

216

16

96

15

- 835

- 890

- 913

- 946

378

269

291

314

1 214

1 159

1 204

1 260

1 679

1 635

1 662

1 770

1 697

1 658

1 688

1 798

o/w Humanitarian Assistance

945

783

735

733

o/w Diaspora Remittances

646

764

837

944

18

23

26

28

1 741

2 723

2 915

2 569

Grants

738

251

369

513

Direct Investment (Net)

351

373

473

591

o/w Market Purchases

---

33

48

67

99

114.20

130.30

147.43

450

487

603

738

NON FACTOR SERVICE(Net)


Receipts
Payments
INCOME(Net)
Interest
Receipts
Payments:Public & Pvt Sectors
Actual Repaid
Other Income (Net)
Receipts
Payments
TRANSFERS(Net)
Receipts

Payments
CAPITAL ACCOUNT(Incl. Official Transfers)

Portfolio Investment (Net)

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Balance of Payment : Summary Data, US$ Million, 2012-15 cont


2012

2013

2014

2015

Actual

Actual

Estimate

Projections

10.36

1 057.91

1 182.83

748.83

- 156.60

43.24

69.83

37.55

199

200

250

156.60

155.96

130.40

212.45

28.60

25.10

28.60

6.80

20.29

101.60

87.30

.00

34

- 19.89

.00

.00

.00

19.89

.00

.00

.00

186.85

1 014.66

1 113.00

711.28

Receipts

467.35

1 329.66

1 368.00

1 340.60

Payments (scheduled)

280.50

315.00

255.00

629.32

543.34

927.20

759.33

568.91

Government

Public Enterprises

Private

343.44

663.04

696.19

546.00

Change in DMBs NFA

199.90

264.15

63.14

22.91

1 557.85

316.51

110.39

250.66

- 392.36

- 40.28

- 180.13

Long Term Capital (net) - Loans


Government
Receipts
o/w World Bank
ADB
Payments (scheduled)
o/w World Bank
Actual Repaid
ADB
Public Enterprises
Receipts
Payments (scheduled)
Private Sector

Short Term Capital (net) -Loans

Currency in Circulation
Unrecorded capital inflows
Errors and omissions
Overall Balance

Note:

1) All figures are net. The table does not show gold monetization, valuation factors,
use of IMF resources, extraordinary financing and net errors and omissions
2) Includes timing adjustments, internal freights, gold sales and gold scrap agreements.
3) Includes statistical discrepancy.
o/w

= of which;

f.o.b. = free on board


DMBs = deposit money banks
ADB

= African Development Bank

Source : Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe

- 11 -

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Income Approach (US$) at Current Prices, 2011-13

Gross Domestic Income in US$

2011

2012

2013

Compensation of Employees

4 722 955 244

5 771 999 643

6 383 299 643

Gross Operating Surplus

3 782 001 716

3 983 102 269

4 207 198 883

Mixed Income

748 656 971

711 664 164

774 689 877

Net other taxes on production

151 470 358

171 328 177

185 199 312

151 470 358

171 328 177

185 199 312

GDP at Basic prices

9 405 084 289

10 638 094 253

11 550 387 715

Net taxes on products

1 551 251 566

1 754 621 209

1 939 839 421

Taxes on products

1 551 142 322

1 754 621 209

1 939 839 421

10 956 335 855

12 392 715 462

13 490 227 136

- 210 400 000

- 217 900 000

- 225 667 348

88 200 000

94 900 000

102 108 957

298 600 000

312 800 000

1 288 298 338

10 745 935 855

12 174 815 462

13 264 559 788

10 956 335 855

12 392 715 462

13 490 227 136

Taxes on production
Subsidies on production

Subsidies on products
GDP at market prices
Net primary income from abroad
Primary income received from abroad
Primary income paid abroad

Gross National Income

Note

** Figures for 2013 are preliminary and will be updated when new data becomes available

- 12 -

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Production Approach at Current Prices (US$), 2011-13

INDUSTRY/YEAR

2011

2012

2013

Agriculture, Hunting and Fishing and Forestry

1 222 053 361

1 376 807 146

1 363 953 986

Mining and Quarrying

1 006 296 263

1 063 643 593

1 186 542 903

Manufacturing

1 293 484 694

1 419 823 362

1 456 964 007

Electricity and water

436 370 581

448 274 676

492 076 168

Construction

288 543 841

376 174 449

398 590 513

Finance and Insurance

703 586 607

942 646 566

1 072 513 043

Real Estate

193 223 401

302 865 286

340 532 360

Distribution, hotels, and Restaurants

1 397 211 843

1 601 302 881

1 909 136 495

Transport and communication

1 320 428 514

1 333 832 544

1 374 363 284

Public administration

321 378 000

382 600 851

401 925 973

Education

518 401 445

710 379 378

879 347 378

Health

108 950 170

119 150 654

123 011 254

40 553 582

40 233 126

42 977 657

Other Services

453 385 576

416 360 462

399 858 044

Less Fin.Int Services Indirectly Measured

- 50 253 947

- 67 328 897

- 76 604 661

9 253 613 931

10 466 766 076

11 365 188 403

Net other taxes on production

151 470 358

171 328 177

185 199 312

Other taxes on production

151 470 358

171 328 177

185 199 312

GDP at basic prices

9 405 084 289

10 638 094 253

11 550 387 715

Net taxes on products

1 551 251 566

1 754 621 209

1 939 839 421

Taxes on products

1 551 142 322

1 754 621 209

1 939 839 421

Subsidies on products

GDP at Market Prices

10 956 335 855

12 392 715 462

13 490 227 136

627

693

891

Domestic Services

GDP at factor cost

Other subsidies on production

Percapita GDP

- 13 -

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Expenditure Approach (US$) at Current Prices, 2011-13

INDUSTRY/YEAR

2011

2012

2013

13 764 124 977

14 306 058 489

15 928 933 576

11 182 097 966

11 761 010 523

13 027 158 681

554 992 197

566 464 540

788 604 716

1 804 815 389

1 978 583 426

2 113 170 179

2 453 419 093

1 687 006 841

1 758 183 494

2 063 775 094

2 079 170 242

1 752 817 376

389 643 999

- 392 163 400

5 366 118

Domestic Expenditure

16 217 544 070

15 776 579 559

17 687 117 069

Net Exports of Goods and Services

- 5 038 988 790

- 3 600 349 869

- 4 196 889 934

Exports of Goods and Services

3 557 447 685

3 883 643 863

3 507 296 016

less Imports of Goods and Services

8 596 436 474

7 483 993 732

7 704 185 950

10 956 335 855

12 392 715 462

13 490 227 136

- 210 400 000

- 217 900 000

- 225 667 348

88 200 000

94 900 000

102 108 957

298 600 000

312 800 000

1 288 298 338

10 745 935 855

12 174 815 462

13 264 559 788

Final Consumption Expenditure


Private Consumption
Consumption of Private Non- Profit Bodies
Government Consumption Expenditure
Gross Capital Formation
Gross fixed Capital Formation
Changes in Stocks

Gross Domestic Product at Market


Prices

Net Primary Income from Abroad


Primary Income Received from Abroad
Primary income paid abroad
Gross National Income

- 14 -

Gross Domestic Product -Expenditure Approach,


US $million, 2011 -13
14 000

12 000

US $ Million

10 000

8 000

6 000

4 000

2 000

2010
Private Consumption

2011 2011

35

41 49

Private Non-Profit Bodies

974

1 940 2 923

Government Expenditure

551

1 128 1 672

2011

- 15 -

Expenditure
2012

2013

EDUCATION
Number of Primary Schools, 2009-13
Region

2009

2010

2012

2012

Manicaland

787

832

857

859

Mashonaland Central

384

404

484

487

Mashonaland East

607

639

672

676

Mashonaland West

493

587

702

712

Matabeleland North

456

463

556

573

Matabeleland South

443

442

504

505

Midlands

665

719

776

787

Masvingo

684

684

852

855

Harare

228

219

222

223

Bulawayo

125

125

128

128

Total

4 872

5 114

5 753

5 805

2010

2012

2013

Number of Secondary Schools 2009-2010


Region

2009

Manicaland

300

344

380

386

Mashonaland Central

264

264

202

208

Mashonaland East

132

135

312

317

Mashonaland West

169

219

330

341

Matabeleland North

107

107

152

163

Matabeleland South

128

127

149

153

Midlands

238

238

318

326

Masvingo

265

263

330

334

Harare

82

82

89

94

Bulawayo

46

46

50

52

1 731

1 825

2 312

2 374

Total

Source:

Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture( 1st term statistics 2009/10 )

-16 -

Enrolment at Government and Private Primary Schools, 2010 - 13

2 663 800

2 663 591

2 663 600

2 663 400

2 663 187

2 663 200
- 14 -

Enrolment '000

2 663 000

Year
2003

2 474

2004

2 662

2005
2 662 800 2006

2 664
2 663

2009

#REF!

2010

#REF!

2 662 600 2011

2 662 400

2 662 384

2 662 200

2 662 000
2010

2012
Year

- 17 -

2013

Enrolment at Government and Private Schools, 2009-13


2009

2010

2012

2013

Grade 1

437 986

465 225

441 491

419 532

Grade 2

370 808

422 765

409 505

400 606

Grade 3

358 863

382 285

396 212

395 169

Grade 4

342 549

365 671

377 210

379 124

Grade 5

325 869

347 928

348 699

369 310

Grade 6

317 842

338 888

349 816

349 078

Grade 7

300 915

319 711

313 452

320 566

Special

18 937

19 911

27 206

27 165

2 860

2637

2 473 769

2 662 384

2 663 591

2 663 187

Form 1

204 684

226 865

237 064

242 214

Form 2

194 126

213 490

218 664

223 602

Form 3

176 885

198 335

224 006

227 184

Form 4

160 444

179 693

188 223

196 260

Form 5

20 504

19 344

34 366

33 699

Form 6

25 610

25 081

30 811

33 379

Special

558

718

984

798

2 616

325

782 811

863 526

934 118

957 461

3 256 580

3 525 910

3 597 709

3 620 648

Primary:

Total

Secondary:

Total

Total
Enrolment

Source:

Note:

Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture( 1st term statistics 2009/10)

Data not available

- 18 -

Enrolment at Other Education Institutions, 2005-11


2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

1 600

1 869

2 658

1 356

1 532

77

Teachers' Training Colleges #

19 436

18 297

17 665

15 593

10 817

11 757

12 825

Technical Colleges

15 121

14 361

13 040

12 855

10 392

13 242

14 752

University of Zimbabwe

12 266

12 050

11 484

12 450

12 271

7 636

8 310

NUST ~

4 173

3 594

3 594

6 080

5 099

4 057

7 098

Africa University

1 278

1 275

1 155

1 377

666

1 566

1 384

Solusi University

1 927

1 877

1 875

1 753

1 233

1 952

Bindura University

1 056

1 056

1 654

2 116

1 923

2 116

4 394

Masvingo State University

1 613

1 562

10 232

9 904

10 422

10 887

3 868

10 648

10 258

Catholic University

313

313

313

332

315

385

387

Chinhoyi University

1 596

2 286

3 287

2 723

2 381

4 533

4 533

HIT''

120

141

343

273

622

1 245

Great Zimbabwe University

832

2 655

3 036

1 117

2 671

4 201

Women's University

524

473

613

1 652

1 203

1 537

1 517

Vocational Colleges

1 107

729

915

728

765

889

1 419

18 687

18 307

17 246

17 816

16 286

15 303

8 568

44

65

78

205

521

862

Agricultural Colleges

Midlands University

Zimbabwe Open University^^


Lupane University

Source:

1. Agricultural Colleges
2. Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education

Note:

Excludes ZINTEC(Zimbabwe Integrated Teacher Education Course)

NUST = National University of Science and Technology

"

HIT

^^

The ZOU figure for 2011 is for active students whereas previous years was total registration

Data not available

= Harare Institute of Technology

Teachers/Lecturers in Schools/Colleges, 2009 - 13


2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Primary

62 273

70 980

74 355

73 148

Secondary

32 397

39 606

41 759

42 585

992

992

1 140

111

111

113

992

1 081

1 099

Technical Colleges
Vocational Training
Centres
Teacher Training
Colleges
-

Data not available

- 19 -

Population Age 5 years and Above by School Attendance, Zimbabwe


2011 Labour Force Survey
12 000 000

10 172 668
10 000 000

Enrolment

8 000 000

6 000 000

5 913 115

- 17 -

SchoolAttendance
Never Been to School

498 709

At School

3 752 227

4 000Left
000School

5 913 115

Total

10 172 668

3 752 227

2 000 000

0 5 529 199

498 709
0
Never Been to
School

At School

Left School

School Attendance

- 20 -

Total

Percent Distribution of Population by Age group and School attendance,


Zimbabwe, 2011 Labour Force Survey
Age
Group

Never Been to School


Male

Fem

41.2

ale
18.6

Male

Fem

26.2

36.5

ale
39.8

10-14

3.9

1.3

2.2

41.3

15 - 19

2.1

1.0

1.4

20 - 24

2.9

.9

25 - 29

1.5

30 - 34

Left School
Male

Fem

Fem

Total

38.1

.2

ale
.2

.2

16.0

ale
15.1

15.5

40.3

40.8

1.7

1.3

1.5

17.4

14.8

16.0

19.0

17.5

18.3

11.1

11.5

11.3

13.9

12.9

13.4

1.6

2.5

1.7

2.1

15.0

16.9

16.0

9.6

10.7

10.2

1.5

1.5

0.4

0.5

0.4

15.5

16.2

15.9

9.0

9.8

9.5

2.1

2.1

2.1

0.1

0.2

0.2

13.9

13.1

13.5

8.1

7.9

8.0

35 - 39

1.6

1.9

1.8

0.1

11.2

10.5

10.8

6.5

6.3

6.4

40 - 44

1.4

3.4

2.7

0.1

0.1

8.4

6.9

7.6

4.8

4.3

4.6

45 - 49

3.9

7.7

6.4

5.2

5.6

5.4

3.1

3.8

3.5

50 - 54

4.7

9.8

8.1

4.2

4.8

4.5

2.6

3.4

3.0

55 - 59

4.8

10.6

8.6

3.9

4.0

4.0

2.4

3.0

2.7

60 - 64

5.4

9.0

7.8

3.0

3.1

3.1

1.9

2.4

2.2

65 - 69

4.8

8.2

7.1

2.2

2.2

2.2

1.4

1.8

1.6

70 - 74

5.2

7.0

6.3

2.0

1.5

1.7

1.3

1.3

1.3

75 +

14.5

17.2

16.3

2.7

2.2

2.4

2.0

2.4

2.2

Total

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

168 049

330 660

498 709

1 901 273 ########

3 752 227

2 760 619

Note:

Total

Total
Male

5-9

Total

At School

Data not available

- 21 -

Total

3 152 496 5 913 115 4 832 274 5 340 394 #########

Enrolment for Zimbabwe Adult Basic Education Course (ZABEC),


Number of Tutors and Classes, 2005-12

Number of Centres
Enrolment
Tutors

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

1 677

1 322

25 224

17 088

20 554

20 554

18 387

16 277

18 964

15 709

Enrolment, Tutors and Classes in Private Colleges, Part-time


Continuing Education Classes (PTCEC) and Study Groups, 2005-12
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

127

155

146 173

34 529

164 970

164 970

175 509

224 814

34 053

71 039

205

205

65 098

18 855

24 874

24 874

25 474

9 346

12 226

24

15

11 376

3 248

308

47 203

Private/ Independent Colleges


Number of Centres
Enrolment
Tutors

PTCEC
Number of Centres
Enrolment
Tutors
Study Groups
Number of Centres
Enrolment
Tutors
Vacation School
Number of Centres
Enrolment
Tutors

Number of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Centre, 2005-7


Number of Centres
Enrolment

Note:

Data not available

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

8 031

1 872

1 277

480 473

77 946

104 319

Amended

- 22 -

HEALTH
Health Personnel in Establishment and in Post, 2009-13
In Post

Establishm
ent

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2009

Nov

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

81

16

44

45

44

50

1 767

738

916

1 054

1 059

1 114

19 356

13 699

17 029

17 022

15 536

18 722

2 480

1 157

1 433

1 775

1 905

1 885

Pharmacy

585

332

472

467

378

394

Radiography

466

261

206

241

233

239

Physiotherapy

470

368

377

378

377

419

1 030

787

905

858

855

845

Orthopaedic

49

35

33

32

27

26

Oral Health

324

181

239

255

233

236

Laboratory

572

317

417

433

352

343

46

36

24

23

21

14

Health Information

225

145

166

165

162

187

Health Promotion

73

38

45

54

52

55

194

85

105

112

93

88

5 934

5 879

4 998

5 347

5 226

5 334

33 661

24 077

27 410

28 262

26 556

29 954

Category

Top Management Team


Doctors
Nurses Grades
Enviromental Health
Department

Nutrition

Reseach Officers

Hospital Equipment
Administration General
Program Managers

Total

- 23 -

Medical Institutions by Province, 2013

Province

Rural

Rural Health

Hospitals

Centres/Clinics

12

261

273

148

151

Mashonaland East

196

205

Mashonaland West

177

186

Matabeleland North

114

117

Matabeleland South

111

117

Midlands

244

250

Masvingo

181

188

Harare

40

40

Chitungwiza

Bulawayo

36

36

55

1 515

1 570

Manicaland

Mashonaland Central

Total

Note :- Includes Some General Hospitals, Mines Hospitals and Some Private Hospital etc.

- 24 -

Total

Health Facilities by Type, 2009 -13

Hospitals/Clinics

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Central Hospitals

Provincial Hospitals

District Hospitals

43

43

43

43

43

Mission Hospitals

71

71

71

71

71

Rural Hospitals

55

55

55

55

55

Infectious Diseases

Specilised Hospitals

22

22

22

22

22

Clinics and Rural Health Centres

1 515

1 515

1 515

1 515

1 515

Total

1 727

1 727

1 727

1 727

1 727

Others

- 25 -

Reported Immunisation in Mothers (TT) by Province, 2012-13


TT 1st

TT 2nd-5th

Other TT

Dose

Doses

Doses

15 402

28 734

14 699

9 929

17 681

14 822

Mashonaland East

11 922

21 116

12 561

Mashonaland West

12 715

24 567

10 655

Matabeleland North

6 963

11 120

11 279

Matabeleland South

3 674

5 841

4 073

Midlands

12 870

21 395

4 743

Masvingo

16 154

27 177

17 711

Harare

1 235

24 440

5 203

Chitungwiza

4 263

4 479

Bulawayo

2 744

7 218

4 696

97 871

193 768

100 442

Manicaland

19 093

38 335

5 415

Mashonaland Central

15 678

29 364

8 291

Mashonaland East

15 622

30 247

6 585

Mashonaland West

15 122

38 517

3 873

Matabeleland North

9 383

16 112

1 424

Matabeleland South

6 589

14 330

4 228

Midlands

18 512

35 481

4 335

Masvingo

18 029

38 292

11 152

Harare

5 530

36 012

2 383

Chitungwiza

5 068

6 245

633

Bulawayo

1 914

10 735

1 492

130 540

293 670

49 811

Province

2012
Manicaland
Mashonaland Central

Total

2013

Total

Note:

T.T. = Tetunus Texoid

Only Institutions supplying data to the Ministry of Health & Child Care are included

-26 -

Immunisation by Province and Antigen for Children 0-11 Months of Age, 2012-13

BCG

Polio

Polio

Polio

Initial
Province

Penta

Penta

valent

valent

Penta Measles
valent

2012
Manicaland

68 640

66 357

59 440

56 269

66 738

60 166

57 785

55 733

Mashonaland Central

42 150

44 294

39 668

36 774

44 510

40 514

37 902

37 237

Mashonaland East

47 383

50 354

47 021

44 452

51 989

48 457

46 110

44 777

Mashonaland West

54273

58051

54138

48038

58527

54935

51156

50831

Matabeleland North

22 634

25 448

24 036

21 601

26 213

24 655

23 192

20 497

Matabeleland South

18 070

22 527

21 257

19 407

22 558

21 432

19 748

18 536

Midlands

57 186

59 119

52 941

47 359

59 162

53 472

50 086

46 598

Masvingo

52 660

53 012

49 231

46 866

57 328

52 719

50 377

48 514

Harare

61 049

64 335

60 682

57 537

64 396

61 228

58 075

54 335

Chitungwiza

11 774

12 972

12 409

12 167

15 506

14 407

14 163

12 325

Bulawayo

24 495

24 512

23 695

21 922

24 542

23 751

22 477

20 271

460 314

480 981

444 518

412 392

491 469

455 736

431 071

409 654

Manicaland

56 755

56 363

53 562

52 778

55 721

53 287

52 293

52 031

Mashonaland Central

42 988

42 860

40 015

38 825

43 225

40 505

39 107

38 774

Mashonaland East

46 249

48 771

47 582

46 102

48 344

47 482

45 806

48 247

Mashonaland West

53 324

51 655

49 828

48 418

51 469

49 777

48 241

49 174

Matabeleland North

22 267

22 646

22 136

22 720

22 798

22 310

22 387

21 449

Matabeleland South

17 914

19 776

19 341

19 109

19 687

19 469

19 089

18 626

Midlands

57 186

59 119

52 941

47 359

52 663

50 403

49 487

48 414

Masvingo

48 772

49 232

47 187

46 714

49 073

47 306

46 732

46 401

Harare

95 296

59 978

56 277

56 110

59 714

58 060

54 875

57 621

Chitungwiza

10 516

13 490

13 229

13 017

12 811

13 095

12 827

13 323

Bulawayo

24 985

22 100

20 688

20 282

21 704

20 650

20 237

20 323

476 252

445 990

422 786

411 434

437 209

422 344

411 081

414 383

Total

2013

Total

- 27 -

PRODUCTION
Manufacturing
Volume of Manufacturing Index by Industrial Group ( Base 2009=100), 2010-13

Period
2010

2011

2012

2013

95.7

100.7

101.4

98.7

Drink & Tobacco

101.0

112.5

108.1

88.8

Textiles inc. Cotton Ginning

108.6

107.4

117.5

86.1

Clothing & Footwear

100.9

88.3

95.2

94.3

Wood & Furniture

90.8

97.0

90.7

104.8

Paper Printing Publishing

96.0

116.5

106.8

104.0

Chemicals & Petroleum Products

93.6

101.3

96.1

98.8

Non-metallic Mineral Products

104.4

111.5

106.9

121.6

Metals & Metal Products

103.8

102.5

82.4

76.3

Transport Equipment

97.5

97.8

101.1

100.7

Other Manufacturing groups

92.5

103.2

97.1

82.5

All Manufacturing groups

97.6

103.2

99.3

94.7

Foodstuffs

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Mineral Production, 2010-13

Period
2 010

2 011

2 012

2 013

mt

2 030.97

29.50

377.00

US$'000

1 308.79

23.55

313.63

516 776.08

599 079.38

408 475.81

355 142.00

56 877.37

73 128.17

48 968.02

35 846.86

2 500.17

2 562.05

1 593.61

2 976.14

91 165.13

103 880.85

75 768.66

90 823.34

57.62

173.98

194.52

318.92

685.01

4 254.27

2 827.62

3 485.78

4 629.03

6 554.60

6 665.27

8 284.56

28 512.23

50 934.04

39 192.95

44 225.13

9 619.84

12 949.28

14 743.02

14 001.32

380 437.92

655 689.43

782 751.78

621 966.00

mt

741.00

7 252.00

7 022.00

6 934.00

US$'000

271.89

4 753.34

4 048.23

3 727.36

kg

253.99

398.36

412.01

519.60

US$'000

2 643.04

7 709.53

8 989.67

8 232.38

mt

6 133.48

7 992.19

7 898.72

12 961.95

111 216.38

175 457.74

112 359.61

158 301.95

6 916.10

8 421.67

8 136.21

9 642.58

US$'000

100 654.55

178 280.91

148 623.62

205 789.77

'000 mt

56.66

46.05

16.79

0.00

US$'000

5 934.77

4 549.66

1 911.10

0.00

mt

8 638.65

10 826.56

10 524.35

13 065.50

409 065.68

538 276.34

464 518.74

554 006.54

726.90

940.32

890.68

1 146.09

50 269.80

52 442.57

31 220.91

32 891.40

555.02

823.03

787.17

1 011.65

US$'000

1 929.74

3 369.78

1 751.57

1 527.46

Other minerals 1

US$'000

0.61

1 176.52

915.11

Total

US$'000

1 240 972.90

1 853 903.15

1 723 871.14

1 761 137.61

Asbestos

Chrome

mt
US$'000

Coal

000 mt
US$'000

Cobalt

mt
US$'000

Copper

mt
US$'000

Gold

kg
US$'000

Graphite
Iridium
Nickel

US$'000
Paladium

mt

Phosphate
Platinum

US$'000
Rhodium

mt
US$'000

Rhuthenium

Note

kg

Data not available

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Airport Traffic, Excluding Transit Passengers, 2010-13

Year

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Bulawayo ( Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport)


Flights in/out

4 407

3 647

2 996

4 030

4 289

Passengers

88 159

64 123

49 161

90 464

122 238

Flights in/out

16 596

16 736

14 956

17 947

18 700

Passengers

747 042

746 015

719 017

871 795

949 865

24 384

4 933

6 696

6 988

6 918

6 924

7 100

158 213

175 858

180 704

219 041

237 056

Flights in/out

6 950

8 955

9 591

7 252

7 675

Passengers

11 266

16 271

14 185

13 693

17 641

34 649

36 326

33 062

36 153

37 764

1 004 680

1 002 367

963 067

1 194 993

1 326 800

24 404

19 322

17 196

18 362

16 143

26 810

24 778

27 025

Freight# Tonne

Harare International Airport

Freight Tonne

Victoria Falls International Airport


Flights in/out
Passengers
Freight Tonne
Other

Freight Tonne
Total
Flights in/out
Passengers
Freight Tonne
Overfliers
Total

Note:
-

Data not available

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Railways: Analysis of Revenue including operations in Botswana, 2010-14

Year/ Period
2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

3 910.90

4 652.48

7 597.66

2 862.02

2 139.57

Agricultural Produce

27 801.47

8 876.55

14 760.64

8 255.36

11 319.91

Coal

23 873.61

22 895.37

27 152.38

19 313.39

19 607.40

Other Minerals

13 026.65

11 526.42

8 979.31

3 497.42

4 731.60

Total

36 900.26

34 421.79

36 131.69

22 810.76

24 339.0

3 314.31

3 192.79

2 848.47

1 439.84

2 838.23

33 862.35

33 292.63

26 660.94

17 096.10

26 076.87

6 878.83

7 554.38

4 621.86

2 275.94

1 473.38

112 668.12

91 990.63

92 621.26

54 740.07

68 186.96

Road Motor Services

Catering and Other Services

112 668.12

91 990.63

92 621.26

54 740.07

68 186.96

Coaching Services

Basic Metal Products


Other Goods
Misccellaneous Revenue
Total

Total Revenue

Note: Data include operations over the 715 kilometres of track in Botswana.
Coaching services include revenue from passenger traffic, parcels, excess luggage,
special trains and saloons. Miscellaneous revenue includes demurrage, storage and mails.
#
-

The data for 2014 covers 8 months only ( January - August)


Data not available

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Crop Production on Large Scale Commercial (tonnes), 2007-12


Crop

2007+

Tobacco

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

27409.78

14781

26531.63

55365

117593

45 494

44 838

2193

607.46

413

153

Wheat

Barley

Coffee

Tea

281

595.59

19578

6093.93

8144.97

23819.43

95

54.76

45.85

253

42.73

118

89

1150

1239.43

487.01

585.13

Potatoes (ware)

Seed- maize

Maize(grain)
Sorghum

Groundnuts *
Soyabeans

Sunflower

Cotton
Sugar-cane

Dry Beans

Note:

Provisional data

Unshelled

Data not available

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249

29074

172

Crop Production on Small Scale Commercial Farms (tonnes), 2007-12

Crop

2007+

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

742

774.96

1679.54

2007.129

25621

22410

17398.29

22404.657

1133

499.23

255

199.36734

Wheat

Barley

Coffee

Tea

3597

3684.89

2527.63

2629.2653

Soyabeans

496

173.66

100.3

96.051729

sunflower

490

278.65

127.76

112.50353

5035

3962.84

3290.02

5024.9546

676

572.82

303.08

353.01986

Potatoes (ware)

Seed-maize

Tobacco
Maize (grain)
Sorghum

Groundnuts *

Cotton
Sugarcane

Dry beans

Note:

Provisional

Unshelled

Data not available

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Crop Production on Communal Lands (tonnes), 2007-12

Crop

2007+

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

4083

6525

15897.17

20408.46

466818

472379

411 285

479 411

54922

58223.56

41 780

35 056

Wheat

Barley

Coffee

Tea

Groundnuts *

61972

98182

68 127

48 888

Soyabeans

10705

3281

2422.81

3664.42

Sunflower

13484

6670

4217.67

3663.52

134481

107582

102 701

177 391

10134

16174

8826.9

11070.63

Potatoes (ware)

Seed- maize

Tobacco

Maize(grain)
Sorghum

Cotton
Sugar-cane

Dry Beans

Note:

Provisional data

Unshelled

Data not available

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Crop Production on Old Resettlement Schemes (tonnes), 2007-12

Crop

2007+

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

50997

19831

17290.254

21854.592

613806

124868

94073.15

96641.537

23323

3289

876

1118.0279

Wheat

Barley

Coffee

Tea

Groundnuts *

34318

3685

8187.1776

6511.9899

Soyabeans

71125

174

439.9553

462.5155

sunflower

13434

279

2221.48

1835.0191

Cotton

84227

3663

10942.495

21749.583

18307

3685

1177.78

1347.5341

0 -

Tobacco

Maize (grain)
Sorghum

Sugarcane

Dry beans
Potatoes (ware)
Seed-maize

Note:

Provisional

Unshelled

Data not available

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Crop Production on A1 Farms (tonnes), 2007-12

Crop

2007+

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

22000

21362

31962.54

31392.69

169400

188489.31

209 100

219 971

10400

7639.15

5 827

5 271

Wheat

Barley

Coffee

Tea

Groundnuts *

15000

19060

Soyabeans

10400

9190

4929.2

6697.96

Sunflower

2475

2270

827.16

1071.98

27280

18 404

34 139

3800

3539

1889.61

3116.76

Potatoes (ware)

Seed- maize

Tobacco

Maize(grain)
Sorghum

Cotton

Sugar-cane

Dry Beans

Note:

Provisional data

Unshelled

Data not available

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11 200

8 969

Crop Production on A2 Farms (tonnes), 2007-12

Crop

2007+

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

11700

34712

30817

34442.41

178200

266660

233122.6

232687.2

4600

3416.6

1397.83

2548.76

Wheat

Barley

Coffee

Tea

Groundnuts *

11600

11511.5

7212.75

5023.43

Soyabeans

68100

38415.31

37821

42383.44

sunflower

1196

2283.18

797

666

7376

4821

9359.09

12000

6037.25

3344

4461.57

Potatoes (ware)

Seed-maize

Tobacco

Maize (grain)
Sorghum

Cotton

Sugarcane

Dry beans

Note:

Provisional data

Unshelled

Data not available

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