Socialists Cause Famine in "Breadbasket" of Africa
Andre Walker writes:
Around 1.5m people are facing severe shortages of food this year in Zimbabwe, the country once known as the "breadbasket of Africa." The World Food Programme (WFP) announced the shortages, blaming a fall in maize production, according to the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Officially the reason for the fall in maize production is a drought that has affected a number of countries in the region. But the reality is far more sinister: Zimbabwe is in the grip of a nasty Socialist dictatorship that is as incompetent as it is corrupt.
Read the whole column at Townhall.
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