Regarded as an indigenous grain in Africa, sorghum is a small grain farmed and used for various meals and beverages. Most notable, sorghum is the main ingredient in preparing a staple food for many countries in Southern Africa known as; Isitshwala/Sadza/Nshima/Pap. In this video, we learn about the importance of utilising sorghum in our meals and health plans. Historian Pathisa Nyathi also discusses the history of maize and why it became a popular grain in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa in general. We also got to taste some mouth-watering meals prepared from this ‘small grain’ at the food fair hosted by Zim Project Trust.