SA’s agricultural sector could receive a major boost when the African free-trade zone becomes operational in July 2020.

According to the Agriculture Business Chamber (Agbiz), an organisation that represents commercial farmers and agribusiness, SA exports roughly 49% of its agricultural products in value terms, and the newly launched African Continental Free Trade Area  (AfCFTA) would potentially open additional avenues for South African products to participate in new markets on the continent...

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