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Warnings about worsening food insecurity in KZN and Gauteng

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AgriSA executive director Christo van der Rheede. Photo: Foto24
AgriSA executive director Christo van der Rheede. Photo: Foto24

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Hubs need to be set up to enable communities affected by looting to have direct access to food, said AgriSA executive director Christo van der Rheede on Friday.

This was in the aftermath of the destruction of shops in some parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng and amid growing concerns over food insecurity, especially in affected communities.

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