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Farmer's Inside Track - Food For Mzansi EPISODE 45, 24th September 2020
This week in South African agriculture
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This week in South African agriculture

In this week’s episode of Farmer’s Inside Track we’re catching up with a 35-year-old, Mpumalanga crop farmer with a big heart, Bennedicter Mhlongo. 

In our agripreneurship slot MC Loock, senior manager of agribusiness at Standard Bank gives us a full breakdown of what you can do to leverage your resources effectively. And guess what! The answer often lies outside the farm gate. 

Chef and food curator Mynhardt Joubert shares his secret to a perfect home cooked South African meal. You’ll also be empowered with a top tip from nutritionist, Andrea Du Plessis.

And, of course, our weekly A-M-T Fresh Produce Outlook on the market with agri economist, Dr. Johnny van der Merwe. He highlights the latest price movements and expectations for the coming week.

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