Army gives Eastern Cape's emerging farmers a shot in the arm

New programme will allow supply of produce to defence force bases in province

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Developing Eastern Cape farmers are set to grow their businesses after Eastern Cape premier Oscar Mabuyane and the defence force  announced  the opening of the army’s procurement systems for them  on Wednesday night.

In a virtual announcement, Mabuyane said Bhisho had signed a memorandum of understanding with the army in an effort to support local farmers to supply meat, vegetables, fruit, milk and honey to the army bases in the province.  ..

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