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Sugar Recommended Price Is k900- Illovo

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Illovo managing director Lekani Katandula has warned traders in the country against overpricing sugar.

Katandula has said that the recommended sugar price in the country is k900.

Katandula was speaking during a vehicle handling ceremony in Nsanje district where Veronica Ngamwani won a Nissan N200 in illovo’s competition called ‘Iponyereniso kwa kuya’

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