Tiger Brands, one of the biggest manufacturers of fast-moving consumer goods in Africa, is bracing itself for tough times as hard-pressed consumers tighten their belts.

Like other food manufactures, Tiger faces higher input costs after a surge in international prices of soft commodities, ranging from maize to wheat...

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