For decades, sugarcane has been a vital cash-crop in Kenya’s fertile southwest. But declining profits and the closure of a major state-run sugar mill earlier this year have uprooted livelihoods for farmers and workers alike. Now, Sony Sugar Mill is up and running once again, but can the firm hold its own against private competitors and illegal imports from abroad? CGTN’s Daniel Plafker went to Migori County to find out.
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