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SA’s struggling sugar industry has moved to allay fears of shortages or price hikes after the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal that damaged canefields and farm infrastructure, with losses amounting to R223m so far.

KwaZulu-Natal — the heart of SA’s sugar industry, which generates income of about R14bn a year — directly employs about 85,000 workers and supports at least 350,000 jobs across the value chain...

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