“Nearly 100 Wagons Carrying Over 3000ts Of Maize Depart Mozambique For Zimbabwe,” – Zimbabwe Government

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that cargo trains carrying maize have departed Mozambique for Zimbabwe. Posting on Twitter, the Ministry said:

Cargo trains carrying grain started moving from Maputo to Zim today (Friday 14 February 2020). Zim envoy Ambass Nyikayayaramba reports that incessant rains delayed loading wagons to avoid moisture. Close to 100 wagons are carrying over 3000ts of grain.

There is an acute shortage of mealie-meal in the country as a result of a combination of drought and poor agricultural policies which have depreciated the country’s food production capacity over the past two decades.

The government, as a result of the shortage, resorted to importing grain from other countries and has also appealed to stakeholders and sympathisers to assist with food as a huge number of citizens is starving.

More: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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