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Drought, politics, the economy – this is why food prices have sky rocketed

It is becoming increasingly difficult to put food on the tables of lower-income households – basic food now cost 15% more than they did a year ago – and politics, the drought and the economy have been given the blame. According to the 2016 Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action food price barometer annual report, food prices have sky rocketed.

Read the full article here published by City Press on 14 October 2016