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Drought in South Africa

Due to the severe drought most rivers and small dams are dry, leaving animals in rural areas without drinking water. These animals are owned by subsistent farmers who use them for milk and meat for their survival, most of these subsistent farmers are pensioners and unemployed people. Grass has also not grown due to the drought, leaving the animals severely dehydrated and malnourished and in some areas where grass burned during the dry winter season the grass has become toxic.
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