Wandile Sihlobo | From grain prices to financing for farmers, it's a big week for agriculture

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Wandile Sihlobo (supplied)
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Ahead of the mini-budget and the outlook for grains production for 2021, Wandile Sihlobo takes a look at key issues that could influence financing and grain prices.

This is a busy week in South Africa’s macroeconomic agenda and equally so for agriculture.

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