South African Court Rules Government Must Allow Poultry AppealBy
Court rules an appeals board must be set up by September 15
If exemption rejected, industry may lose about 2 billion rand
A South African court ruled the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries must set up an appeals board by Thursday to hear a request by the nation’s poultry association that its members be allowed to sell down current stocks of brined chicken.
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