More than 20 years after the fall of Apartheid the majority of South Africa's arable land is still in the hands of white farmers.
The government's attempts to speed up the land reform process is frustrating a new generation of farmers.
South Africa has culled half a million chickens to contain an outbreak of bird flu. The situation appears under control but farmers remain on high alert.
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Namibia has slightly eased its ban on poultry imports from South Africa, despite an outbreak of avian flu there. The amendment is a result of severe shortages of poultry in Namibian markets.
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