- Assistant Minister Molebatsi says WTO and SACU do not want the ban there forever
- Notes that consumers are complaining about shortage and product quality
- Horticulture body says a section of retailers manipulates the market
- The organisation is working on a Horticulture Policy with FAO and MoA
Currernt restrictions on importation of certain fresh produce will not be there forever, the Assistant Minister of Agriculture, Molebatsi Molebatsi, has warned horticulture farmers.
Speaking at a Horticultural and Grain Farmers Workshop in Gaborone this week, the Minister Molebatsi stated: “The restrictions, according to the Souther African Customs Union and the World Trade Organisation, are not going to be there forever.”
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