Mubasher: Zimbabwe’s white corn imports from South Africa hit its highest weekly level in 11 years, Bloomberg reported on Friday.
The Zimbabwean government has lifted a ban on genetically modified grain as the country hit by a food crisis.
Parts of the African country were hit by the worst drought in 40 years in tandem with an economic collapse.
The country needs to cover a supply gap of 1 million tonnes of corn this season.
Zimbabwe imported 16,114 tonnes of grain in the week ended 31 January 2020, which is the highest weekly figure since February 2009.