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I was pondering my October column and remembered the old British standby is to always talk about the weather.

As the north of this country basks in heat and farmers and the agricultural sector fret about the impact of the impending El Niño oscillation, here in the Western Cape the province is living up to Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias’s narrative when he named the region the “Cape of Storms”...

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