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Floods, drought and pests are among the challenges farmers will face as the frequency of extreme weather events wreaks havoc on food production. 

Evidence of climate change is obvious: in April floods in KwaZulu-Natal damaged sugar mills and cane fields; in March swarms of locusts descended on the Western, Northern and Eastern Capes; and in the past decade drought has affected most provinces...

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