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(29 March 2014)
Hello. And Bye.
Brendan in Gauteng (Pretoria)

(23 February 2012)
GM Foods are a threat to global health.
Aneesa in Gauteng (Johannesburg)

(12 January 2012)
I would love to see more local organic produce available.
Jenny in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(22 December 2011)
Thanks for this info
Pete in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(20 July 2011)
Opposed to GM food !!!
Moira in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(20 July 2011)
I strongly oppose the marketing and growing of GM foods and am of the view that there are unacceptable risks to our health and our environment from this practice.
Justin in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(19 May 2011)
We barely understand the long term effect of GM crops on both ourselves and the environment - how can we accept untried and unproven technology in our food production systems without understanding cause and effect.
spammer in Unknown

(10 April 2011)
mckukL AFAIC that's the best answer so far!
Holly in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(27 January 2011)
Make the responsible and ethical choice: allow your fellow South Africans to eat healthy non-GM Potatoes.
Christine in Western Cape (All Areas)

(19 January 2011)
GM crops have been shown to be potentially dangerous to human health and the environment. We strongly object to the introduction of more GM foods and request that the application is rejected.
Simric in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(19 December 2010)
GM food will have no benefit to the health and wellbeing of the communities of Africa, will not create jobs, and its only benefits would be the large amounts of bribes government officials might receive from US interests to make GM available. Stop sucking up to the US, treat your own people with the dignity they deserve, and get some self-respect!
Lalanya in International

(10 August 2010)
END Genetic Crop Modification!!!
RUAN in Western Cape (All Areas)

(10 August 2010)
There is lots of proof that GMO produce is harmful to lab rats(cancer) and honey bees(death)!!! The only thing GMO food is good for(not the bees though) is BIO-DIESEL!!!
All GM foods should be clearly marked so we the public can vote with our wallets!!!
Wendy in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(21 July 2010)
Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters - Albert Einstein
Parazols in International

(14 July 2010)
I'm a global citizen from France and I care for our planet. We do not want any GM food anywhere! Thank you.
Lynn in Gauteng - All Areas

(12 June 2010)
Have we not yet learned that we are supposed to go back to eatig healthy & now they attack our only natural food, fruit & vegetables. This is another money making racket & how can we allow anyone to control our future food. Every one should start growing vegetables.
Start a small community & share what you grow by the barter method.
Lets change our world
Debbie in Gauteng (Johannesburg)

(18 May 2010)
Please don't allow this horrid and potentially dangerous food into our country. More importantly - please don't allow the interests of multi-nationals to dominate over our local needs - we have an unemployment problem and many of the unemployed have traditional farming skills and could be growing potatoes naturally and organically in small groups all over South Africa - that is real security - Monsanto is not. We need to protect South Africa's interests from US corporate abuse. Allowing these into this country - makes us a puppet for Monsanto's growth - our own people can grow potatoes, we don't need this rubbish.
Miranda in Eastern Cape - All Areas

(15 April 2010)
Stop the madness of Monsanto.Its all about greed. Do not mess with mother nature and Infinite Intelligence
Laura in Unknown

(06 April 2010)
Testing, just testing.
Jody in International

(07 March 2010)
I have grave concerns for the African people if they are to allow GM poatoes or any other gm foods be grown or imported into their country. The health implication associated with GMO food has yet to be properly tested in long term studies by independent scientists with no agenda. Corporations supplying this biotechnology are trying to control the world food supply and control population. The mere fact that they have had the Green Revolution operating for decades shows that their main focus was indeed not to help feed people in other countries but to starve them. Now they are using overpopulation, agricultural sustainability and CO2 as a means to try and sell their tyranny on the world. Please protect the health of your people and the wealthfare of your environment. GMO crops are contaminating soil, air, water, animals, insects and most likely people. Africa has endured many hardships please don't let this be another. As a concerned citizen in Canada it would break my heart to hear that Africa wildlife and the people have become infected by gmo's. Too me Africa is the last spirit of the land to exist please do not force your people to eat poison or put your wildlife at further risk of extintion.
Laurence in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(03 March 2010)
GM potato is not the only dangerous farm product to look at. See the grains and the substance " Initium" conform so called " Codex Alimentaris"
sharmila in KwaZulu-Natal (Durban)

(16 February 2010)
I am concerned about lack of relevant feedback about the crop failures- maize is such a critical food for many South Africans
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(13 February 2010)
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Kelly in International

(30 January 2010)
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Ariane in Western Cape (Cape Town)

(28 January 2010)
It is an outrage that big business is allowed by law to monopolise means of food production and exploit the unsuspecting public.
Mark in Eastern Cape - All Areas

(30 November 2009)
Another Monsanto product disaster. Its time they were put out of business!
Ruth in International

(30 November 2009)
Monsanto has improperly sued and harmed countless farmers in North America as well. Unfortunately, we in the USA have not delivered proper oversite. Perhaps SA can show us what real leadership is like on this issue and set an example for ours and other governments.
Madeleine in International

(29 November 2009)
As a private citizen I actively research and report on the absence of science behind GM crop development and regulation. There is no evidence to say these crops are safe.
Sieb in Gauteng (Pretoria)

(29 November 2009)
Government, please do not Monsanto get away with it. Transparency is in the interest of our country's future.
Larry & Catherine in International

(28 November 2009)
This has happened while Monsanto/Gates continues to push GMOs on smallholders. We must know why the crop failure and what it portends for farmers throughout Africa!