Zimbabwe farmers getting creative within city limits

Zimbabwe, once considered the breadbasket of southern Africa, is undergoing a shift in the way its food is grown. Urban farms have started sprouting up in the capital Harare, as more people move there for work.

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    Zimbabwe, once considered the breadbasket of southern Africa, is undergoing a shift in the way its food is grown.

    Urban farms have started sprouting up in the capital Harare, as more people move there for work.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare.


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