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On the road to Zanu-PF’s annual conference outside Harare. Even here it’s hard to miss the signs of Zimbabwe’s food crisis. People said they were selling foraged mazhanje, plum-like fruit, by the roadside to make ends meet for buying maize since prices have risen so much.
One of the largest waterfalls in the world has dried to a trickle after the worst drought in a century hit Zimbabwe.
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