My annual December drive from Pretoria to the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape affords me an opportunity to assess SA’s agricultural conditions after the first few months of the summer season.

Whether one enjoys this trip largely depends on weather conditions. In drought seasons like in 2015, this could be a depressing drive, traversing the dry grains and oilseed fields...

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