This year has presented humanity with one of its biggest health challenges in decades, with the spread of the coronavirus causing the loss of life and big disruptions to activity across different sectors of the economy.

In this exceptionally difficult environment, in which the SA economy as a whole has suffered sharp losses, the domestic agricultural and food sector has shown encouraging resilience and some positive results...

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