Farmers urge Government to intervene with drought support

Written by on 11 November, 2019

The African Farmers Association of South Africa is urging Government to intervene in support of farmers in drought-stricken provinces.

In its preliminary report, Afasa revealed that the past few weeks have seen KwaZulu-Natal accounting for more than R12 million in livestock losses.

The association’s, Tshianelo Mathidi, says there is no way farmers will be ready for planting as weather patterns in the country are not favorable.

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