The protected Catha edulis tree (khat) has long been a medicinal plant, first among the Bushmen and then the Xhosa. But since the mid-1990s, Somali immigrants have boosted the trade in this illegal drug, leading to increased trespassing on Eastern Cape farms, worrying crime-wary farmers. Mike Burgess reports.
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