Food shortages expected: One KZN farmer forced to dump 28 000 litres of milk a day amid riots

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If agribusinesses are not able to get products to supermarkets and distribution centres, people are going to battle to get food in about three or four days’ time.
If agribusinesses are not able to get products to supermarkets and distribution centres, people are going to battle to get food in about three or four days’ time.
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Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal face looming food shortages as riots and looting disrupt the agricultural supply chain.

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