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April 02, 2012 
Martha Mafa, a subsistence farmer, carries a bucket of maize on her head in Chivi, about 378km (235 miles)... 
CHIVI, Zimbabwe 
Martha Mafa, a subsistence farmer, carries a bucket of maize on her head in Chivi, about 378km (235 miles)... 
Martha Mafa, a subsistence farmer, carries a bucket of maize on her head in Chivi, about 378km (235 miles) south-east of the capital Harare, April 1, 2012. Zimbabwe faces a huge grain deficit this year after a third of the current maize crop was written off due to a prolonged dry spell. Agriculture Minister Joseph Made told the state-controlled Herald newspaper that the government had halted sales from its strategic grain reserves after a state crop assessment showed that a third of the 1.689 million hectares put under maize had been declared a write-off. Picture taken April 1, 2012. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
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