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While the potential of horticulture to generate foreign earnings is important, these crops have limited potential to create high-skilled jobs, as well as having weak linkages with secondary and teriary sectors. These factors make horticulture less effective in reducing poverty and inequality, says Sifiso Ntombela.

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