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Huge avocado project for Port St Johns

The Eastern Cape government has welcomed a R100-million injection by two private companies for large-scale avocado production in the troubled Majola Tea Estate in Port St Johns. However, the estate might have to wait until 2029 before the project reaches full maturity.

The announcement on the new investment was made following a meeting in East London on Monday involving Rural Development and Agrarian Reform MEC, Mlibo Qoboshiyane, Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana and representatives from Majola and the Lusikisiki-based Magwa Tea Estate. 

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