Farmers will soon be able to apply for funding to invest in alternative energy sources to help alleviate the affect of load-shedding on irrigation and cold chain activities.

The R2.5bn “agro-energy fund” will be set up at Land Bank, said agriculture minister Thoko Didiza...

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