Wandile Sihlobo | The long shadow of farm debt

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The challenge of growing farm debt in the sector persists as it will not be solved by one good harvest, says Wandile Sihlobo. 

South Africa's 2020 large agricultural output, coupled with higher commodity prices which were precipitated by the weaker domestic currency, further linked with growing global demand, improved farmers' finances somewhat.

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