hello again everyone!
further to my last report, here is the article that sparked me off (which was also printed in the Cape Times some weeks before) , entitled "Systemic debt-the shadow finanancial system' by Joseph Edozien, plus my article as it apears in the Cape Times.
The systemic debt article is the best I have ever read on the subject - making the matter understandable for non-economists.
Thank you once again, one and all, for your help with the micro-farming movement in Cape Town as a model for South Africa.
If you are coming to Cape Town , please note we are closed to the public from 15th December - 10th Jan (no tours & visits), since its the only time of the year we and our micro-farmers and field workers and trainers get to take a break.
Our thousands of micro-farmers just hunker down and wait out the burning heat (often over 40 degrees) and e with boiling wind to boot) which happens around then, keeping close to the ground and coming out to water the crops in the morning and evening, and to do essential maintenace tasks on cooler days.
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