ZNFU president Jervis Zimba says Zambia will remain food secure despite heavy floods being experienced in some parts of the country as the damage sustained on crop fields is not severe. In an interview, Zimba said recent flooding during the ongoing rainy season will not likely negatively impact this year’s crop harvest due to the relatively high yields still expected in some parts of the country. “The stand in terms of the crop this year is excellent, both maize, soya beans and all other crops, the stand is excellent! It’s...

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