Farmer's Weekly

Agri marketing in SA: a changing landscape

The Marketing Act of 1937 provided for the establishment of marketing schemes for agricultural products and gave wide powers to the various marketing boards to regulate the marketing of specific products. Over the years, marketing schemes were developed for products and the marketing boards became very powerful.

Although the boards managed to achieve some price stability, it

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