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Cape’s lively soil favours olive-oil toil

The local industry makes less than 1% of the olive oil produced around the world every year, but the Western Cape’s climate is perfect for farmers

The promised land? Lack of access to finance hinders farmers

The agricultural sector has grown this year, but an absence of collateral is preventing black farmers from making a go of their business

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Why prisoners are a priority in vaccine rollout

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