The National Bakers' Association of Zimbabwe has said that the government needs to intervene with foreign currency allocations for its sector.
There is a shortage of bread on the market, which the association is said to be lacking in the market.
Said Ngoni Mazango, the association's president:
Our stakeholders are saying they do not have money to pay for wheat. We hope they will address the issue as soon as possible
Mazango said they had been able to get adequate forex allocations since December:
The Government has promised us an intervention on which we need to pay more than 30 percent of the 80 percent. In December we received 27 percent of the 80 percent and this January we received 9 percent. We are grateful for the gesture, but it is not enough,
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