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National Assembly passes motion to declare drought a national disaster
The drought that has been ravaging large parts of South Africa and which has placed many farmers at risk of financial distress, could soon be declared a national disaster, after the National Assembly agreed to adopt a motion posed by DA MP Annette Steyn.
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