South Africa: Farmers in South Africa Face Power Cuts and a Weak Rand – but a Number of Factors Are Working in Their Favour Too

May 8, 2023
[The Conversation Africa] Winter is an important season for South African agriculture, with some of its key field crops being produced during the cold months of June, July and August, and maturing after that, with harvesting in December. Preparation of the land for winter crops begins in April, which is also the same time harvesting of the summer crops begins.

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