With just less than a week left before SA heads into the 2024 general elections, discussions in various agricultural gatherings are understandably centred on the theme of elections and possible outcomes. However, the policy direction and commitment to implementation will be far more critical for agriculture.

Next month, when the new administration comes into office, I remain convinced that new policies should not be introduced. The focus should be on implementing and updating the existing programmes where necessary...

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