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Farming industry welcomes rain, despite damage reports

Localised damage occurred in virtually all parts of the country because of the extreme and ongoing downpours in the first two months of 2021, but the South African farming sector has, nonetheless, welcomed the rain. This was according to Christo van Rheede,

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