Bumper year for Zim agriculture, but farmers still face payment uncertainty

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An above-normal rainfall season and government input support measures have helped Zimbabwe triple its maize production for the 2020/21 agricultural season.

This is the first time in years that Zimbabwe will be maize self-sufficient. Maize is used to make Zimbabwe's staple food known as Sadza in Shona, or vuswa in South Africa.

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