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Friday, 14 August 2020

Mauritius is reeling from an oil spill – and people are angry with how it has been handled

On the evening of Saturday July 25, the MV (Merchant Vessel) Wakashio grounded on coral reefs in the south-east of the Indian Ocean tropical ... island of Mauritius. The ship, a Japanese-owned but Panama-registered bulk carrier designed to transport unpackaged goods such as coal or grain, was empty of cargo but had an estimated 200 tons of diesel and 3,800 tons of heavy fuel oil onboard. The ship sat for over a week before cracks emerged in its hull.

Thursday, 13 August 2020

What can be done about the damage Covid-19 is causing to South African agri-SMEs

Covid-19 has prompted widespread discussion of the resilience of food systems and how efficiency and competitiveness have been previously understood. ... Recent decades have seen the growth of increasingly complex food value chains. These are underpinned by just-in-time delivery systems, a growing share of food products sold through supermarkets, and increasing concentration of ownership among powerful, large food manufacturers.

Wednesday, 12 August 2020
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