Ramaphosa reiterates govt's plan for food security
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Ramaphosa reiterates govt s plan for food security
An inter-governmental technical working group was set up two years ago to develop the plan.
FILE: Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. Picture: GCIS.
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An inter-governmental technical working group was set up two years ago to develop the plan. The inputs received from a range of stakeholders have been incorporated into a draft plan; further consultations will be conducted with provincial government as well as key stakeholders prior to the finalisation to the plan.
This work is critical, particularly in the light of the current drought in our country that is having a severe impact on food.
(Edited by Refilwe Pitjeng)
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