Zimbabwe's Millers Wait for Wagons of Wheat from Mozambique

Struggling rail transporter National Railways of Zimbabwe is reportedly failing to deliver 179 wagons of wheat currently stuck at Mozambique's Beira Port, and it is feared this could force bakers to further raise bread prices due to flour shortages, says New Zimbabwe. But the State-owned Herald is reporting that 198 wagons of wheat have been delivered to millers in the country.


  • Zimbabwe:   Wheat Supply Remains Critical

    The Herald, 17 October 2018

    Zimbabwe's wheat supplies remain critical due to logistical challenges arising from failure by the National Railway of Zimbabwe to speedily move the grain from Beira, Mozambique. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Grain Millers Receive 30 000 Tonnes of Wheat

    The Herald, 12 October 2018

    The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has started receiving the 30 000 tonnes of wheat imported recently and millers who had temporarily closed shop due to the… Read more »


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