A compulsory channel in SABC about agriculture it's concepts and marketing trades daily.

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The motive of this petition is to request the South African Broad casting Commission of South Africa (SABC) to develop a compulsory channel which focus mainly on agriculture it's concepts and daily market in the country. For example farmer will not need agents for marketing, they will look at the market trands in the country's channel focusing on each province, as in like news but based strictly on agriculture in the country. Also reports concerning agricultural implement's should be reported monthly so that people can follow their progress. Also get involved through facebook and tweeter. Furthermore the Department of Agriculture, forestry and fisheries, Department of land and rural development, Land bank, ABSA Agribusiness will be part of the program regarding how they contribute to agriculture in the country. Now extension officer would be in need to submit relevant reports regarding different agricultural trands in the country. For example the expropriation of land without compensation, is a topic open for discussion. So the people deserve to know how is it carried out and how it will benefit the country. In term of agricultural concepts, such topic as discussing GMOs, different seed varieties and their potential, tolerance and resistance against diseases and pest and different farming practices both in crop and animal production. I think such information would be relevant since as a country we value the importance of agriculture. And also such discussions will help emerging/small holder farmer to get thorough informaton regarding their production practices. With this channel the country will be able to evaluate it's production annually and work where the production was disappointing. 

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