Karoo-lamb shortage means bad news for Durban bunny chow lovers

Devastating drought hits bunny chow fans 1,300km away

14 July 2019 - 00:00 By SUTHENTIRA GOVENDER

Karoo-lamb bunny chow - long part of the fabric of Durban - could be on the endangered list as SA faces a critical shortage of the tender, flavoursome meat.

More than 1,300km away in the Northern Cape town of Williston, worried farmers warned this week that a crippling four-year drought in the Karoo could spell the end of the certified meat, which is served in some of SA's swankiest restaurants and is often the key ingredient in Durban's renowned lamb curry...

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