Bird flu hits South Africa's poultry industry
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Bird flu hits South Africa's poultry industry

Avian influenza, or bird flu, has hit the poultry industry in South Africa.

It's estimated that four million chickens have been, or are being, culled to stop the outbreak; and an egg shortage means prices could rise by as much as 20%. The BBC's Vumani Mkhize has more.

  • 03 Nov 2017
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