Agricultural group KAL (formerly Kaap Agri), which owns retail stores that sell farming equipment, petrol stations and fast-food stores, posted a healthy set of results to end-September but said “load-shedding ate a big piece of our pie”.

CEO Sean Walsh spoke to Business Day about how farmers, KAL’s main target market, deals with load-shedding and port challenges...

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