Consumers in KwaZulu-Natal could end up paying more for food and other products if the drought and falling dam levels persist, the farmers associations in the province has said.

Experts say the uThukela River, the largest in the province and one of SA’s most important, is drying up at an alarming rate, putting the economic activities and sustainability of rural northern KwaZulu-Natal communities at risk...

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