How 'potholes' are helping Zimbabwean farmers save precious water

Zimbabwe’s government is trying to get farmers to revive the ‘potholing’ technique. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lungelo Ndhlovu

Lungelo Ndhlovu

Freelance Journalist and Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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