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Africa is known as a continent endowed with rich natural resources; yet, many African countries are ranked top among the poorest on earth.
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Lack of access to facilities such as post-harvest, storage and processing facilities constitute barriers to entry into agricultural markets.
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To suggest that food tariffs are there to favour farmers at the expense of the poor is an attack on state institutions that play a vital social function.
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In a normal season, South Africa imports about a half of its annual wheat needs, and lower wheat output means more purchases from overseas producers.
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“Currently laws criminalise small farmers, the government gives them no support, and they’re in danger of becoming obsolete."
Agriculturalist John Nzira says his focus is small-scale farmers because they produce more than 70 percent of food in sub-Saharan Africa.