Gail Motsi's Blog
On a recent trip in early December to Southern Africa, I found myself engaging in the typical pastime of waiting for the rains. And talking about the rains. And celebrating the rains when they did come.
More so than in North America, in Zimbabwe the rains are critical to a successful agricultural season and to the future availability of food. It’s essential to people’s income in a country where Agriculture represents a significant portion of of GDP.