Maize

By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Feb 24th, 2013
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Mrs Mutharika also went after Joyce Banda for saying that that there’s hunger in the country claiming there’s maize but the citizenry doesn’t have the money to buy it. “There’s no hunger in Malawi. How can one say there’s hunger when there’re no maize imports...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jul 11th, 2012
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by Anna Brazier Winter in Harare is almost over. Walking my kids to school in the morning across frosty vleis, strewn with festering rubbish, we see the first signs of the agricultural season awakening. Litter is being raked into piles, maize stalks cleared into heaps and the dried weeds levelled to ...
By benim
In Business
Jun 16th, 2011
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South Africa risks having to import maize by the end of this year if it commits too much of its crop for export following a bumper harvest, an industry official said on Wednesday. Jannie de Villiers, chief executive officer of farmers’ group Grain SA, said the country has managed to attract mor...
By benim
In Uncategorized
Nov 20th, 2010
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Kenkey is a popular Ghanaian food made from fermented maize and some times cassava, into dough, served with a vegetable stew or soup. It is another authentic African food. Kenkey is even more popular amongst the Ga, Fanti and Ewe people of Ghana, mainly in the coastal areas. It is also eaten across o...