Wandile Sihlobo | This is why food prices in SA have skyrocketed

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Wandile Sihlobo. (Supplied)
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Higher global grains prices present upside risks to South Africa’s food price inflation, despite our sizeable domestic harvest, says Wandile Sihlobo.

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