FACT CHECK | No, White Farmers Don’t Need Black Ownership To Export | Business

Na’ilah Ebrahim and Carol Paton

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Government and the agricultural industry have hit back against claims that white-owned farming operations will no longer be able to export to the UK and Europe.

An article co-published by City Press and Rapport on Sunday claimed that farms that were “too white” would no longer be able to export to Europe according to newly published regulations. 

The article claimed that all fruit exports will be affected, along with other products that are part of an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the EU and UK.

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