Mozambique's agriculture sector has been using erroneous data for the last five years, a new study has revealed — leading the government to believe production was much higher than it actually was, and skewing the provision of seeds and other aid for the sector
South Africa’s lockdown, brought in last week, means informal traders, who play an important role inMaputo’s food supply, are now finding it difficult to cross into South Africa for supplies. The Mozambique government has said this is an opportunity to focus efforts on boosting domestic agricultural production, but this is likely to come too late to make up for the shortfall if the country’s vast informal food supply network can no longer effectively operate
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Warehouses and silos managed by Bolsa de Mercadorias de Moçambique were intended to stabilize agricultural…...