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  • British firm to invest $20m in agri-business
    • Times of Zambia
    • 21 May 2010

    Chayton Capital, a UK-based company, is to invest US$20 million in the purchase and expansion of six irrigated farms in various parts of Zambia to enhance growth in the agriculture sector

  • MIGA and Chayton Capital LLP to support agribusiness investments in southern Africa
    • World Bank
    • 10 May 2010

    MIGA, the political risk insurance arm of the World Bank, will support up to $50 million of Chayton's agribusiness investments in Zambia and Botswana

  • British Company invests in Zambia
    • Lusaka Times
    • 04 Dec 2009

    Zambian government has made agriculture development a priority as evidenced by the reserving of 1 million hectares of land for cultivation and investment, according to foreign investor Neil Crowder

  • Atlas Farming could transform SADC agriculture landscape
    • Mmegi
    • 05 Nov 2009

    Atlas Farming, which had successful farming ventures in Zimbabwe from the late 1960s until president Robert Mugabe's much criticised land reforms around 2000, has partnered with Chayton Capital to invest in large-scale farming in Zambia.

  • Firm to invest K1.1 trillion
    • ZNBC
    • 01 Nov 2009

    CHOBE agrivision will become the largest agri-business in Zambia surpassing ZAMBEFF PLC according to owners Chayton Capital

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