El Nino Drought Has South African Farmers Seeking State AidBy and
Corn growers seek government guarantees to help win bank loans
State finances strained by weak economy, student demands
South African corn producers desperate for rain and already in record debt will implore the government to provide guarantees for new bank loans as the worst drought in 23 years leaves farmers short of collateral before the new planting season.
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