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The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) of South Africa has today ordered Monsanto to withdraw its advertisement on Radio 702 with immediate effect, wherein Monsanto claims the benefits of GM crops. According to ASA, Monsanto?s claims were found to be unsubstantiated. ?
Today the African Centre for Biosafety (ACB) released a new report ?Africa bullied to grow defective Bt Maize: the failure of Monsanto?s MON810 maize in South Africa?i, showing how Monsanto?s GM maize, which utterly failed in SA, is now being foisted on the rest of the continent, through
The African Centre for Biosafety (ACB) has released a new report 'Africa bullied to grow defective Bt Maize: the failure of Monsanto's MON810 maize in South Africa,' showing how Monsanto's GM maize which utterly failed in SA, is now being foisted on the rest of the continent, through 'sleight of hand.'
Explosive results from a new French study conducted on the long-term health impacts of genetically modified (GM) foods published in the peer reviewed journal 'Food and Toxicology' last week, suggest that consumers in South Africa face a very serious threat from one of their staple foods.
South Africa is the only country that has allowed the genetic modification (GM) of its staple food - maize.
The ACB and several organisations and individuals have sent an open letter to
Ms. Tina Joemat-Pettersson Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries for
the immediate banning of all RR maize in SA following the release of the
During May 2012, the South African GMO authorities1 approved Dow Chemical's highly controversial GM maize variety, DAS-40278-9 for import into South Africa for direct use as food, feed and processing.
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As usual, we have only been furnished with information that the developers deem to be 'non-confidential', so crucial data required to make a thorough independent assessment is missing. Excluded information included details of test data specific to South African growing conditions.