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Zimbabwe Donates 1 000 Tonnes Of Maize To Mozambique

Zimbabwe Donates 1 000 Tonnes Of Maize To Mozambique

Zimbabwe has donated 1 000 tonnes of maize to terrorism victims in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado Province.

The donation was delivered by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi during his one-day state visit to Maputo on Friday last week.

Zimbabwe joins donors who are working on providing aid aimed at rebuilding infrastructure and restoring public services in Cabo Delgado province which has been experiencing conflict since 2017.

President Nyusi expressed gratitude to Zimbabwe for the donation and acknowledged the country’s western neighbour’s role in fighting Islamist extremists in the gas and oil-rich province. Said Nyusi:

I want to thank President Mnangagwa for his donation of 1 000 tonnes to the victims of terrorism. The kind gesture will go a long way. Also, Zimbabwe has been very supportive in terms of security.

We have Zimbabwean officers participating in the training and development of our soldiers who are fighting terrorists.

Meanwhile, the International Crisis Group (ICG), while noting the important role played by humanitarian aid, urged the Mozambican government to engage the terrorists in dialogue and address their grievances to bring long-lasting peace. The group said:

Humanitarian and development aid money has started to cool tensions on the ground. It may dissuade some young men from taking up arms, but not enough of them.

Without government efforts to address the insurgency’s political roots, especially through dialogue, the civilian population of Cabo Delgado will probably have to live through a prolonged period of conflict.

In May last year, Zimbabwe received a donation of 5 625 tonnes of mealie meal worth 50 million rands from South Africa for Cyclone Idai victims.

The first batch of 272 tonnes was handed over to President Emmerson Mnangagwa this morning at State House by South Africa Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Naledi Pandor.

South Africa made the pledge in 2019 and Pandor said the donation could not come on time because of the COVID-19 pandemic that restricted movement.

More: News24


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11 Comments

Sir Shreak 3 months ago

todawo kupiwa chibage munopa vekunze but muno mamunotitonga tikufa nezhara


Chief svosve 3 months ago

Zvinofadza kunzwawo kuti nyika yapa pane kugara tiri vekupihwa nguva dzose NGAZVIENDE MBERI


Bright 3 months ago

Saka mukomana Ari pa profile uyo ndochibage chacho hr


VicSho 3 months ago

😂😂😂😂

napiri 3 months ago

Rega chibage chiende kumoskeni .muno macho munerusarura .anodya ndiye anechigaro.kumamisha kunotambirwa but zvechizivano.


Tanaka 3 months ago

i think people should be wise. Unongonyepera kuda zanu wodya zvako then mubox unenge uriwega zvako. Ungauraye vana nenzara shuwa iyo zanu inacho chibage

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Realist 3 months ago

I'm I dreaming or what? Zimbabwe donating maize at a time when we're amongst the poorest nations in the world? At a time where millions of Zimbabweans cannot even afford a basic meal each day, where a large part of our population is wallowing in poverty. This is unbelievable, the level of evil our imposed leadership possess is mind boggling


Clnto 3 months ago

Kkk zvakaoma asi zvrinani asi muno kune varkufao nenzara


Anonymous 3 months ago

Isu tichitodawo maDonations....tochidawo kuno kuShurugwi chibage


VicSho 3 months ago

Shurugwi, where?

zimboy 3 months ago

ndaseka.....isu tisina chekudya



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