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Avian influenza: Botswana bans Mzansi poultry imports

The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) is yet to comment on the decision of Botswana to ban poultry products from Mzansi after an outbreak...

Bribes for state land: ‘Govt. must get its house in order’

Corrupt government officials are increasingly expecting farmers on state land to pay so-called “administration fees” of as much as R250 000 to have their leases...

Tenant farmer family of 12 evicted by MEC’s husband

An Eastern Cape family of 12 looks set to lose the land generations of their forebears have been farming on since the 1960s. They...

New Fruit SA chair shares her plan for the industry

Expanding export markets for South African fruit, improving relations with government and getting more previously disadvantaged people into the industry. These are just a...

Didiza says ‘role of extension officers to change fundamentally’

The role of agricultural extension officers and the service they provide to Mzansi farmers will dramatically change in the next few months. This, says...

Conditions of Free State roads negatively impacts farmers

The past year has been particularly challenging for farmers across the board, but those in the Free State are battling more hurdles than most....

Premier calls for probe amid growing tension on farms

After two farmworkers were killed in Mpumalanga, the KwaZulu-Natal premier has now also warned of mounting tension between farmers and their labourers in his...

Free State, meet your new Young Farmer of the Year

The winner of Free State Agriculture’s Young Farmer of the Year competition, Doug Osler, this evening pledged his commitment towards building the agricultural sector...

Free State farmers: ‘Stock theft not really a priority for SAPS’

Organised agriculture, as well as the farming community of the Free State, are once again calling out the South African Police Service (SAPS) for...

Record year predicted for Cape table grape industry

The South African Table Grape Industry (SATI) is celebrating a bumper intake of 73 million cartons for the 2020/21 season, despite the impact of...

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Container shortage threatens SA’s bumper fruit harvests

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Farmers and workers: How to register for Covid-19 vaccine

Farmers and farmworkers who are 60 years and older can now register to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. This, after government officially opened online registrations...

Avian influenza: Botswana bans Mzansi poultry imports

The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) is yet to comment on the decision of Botswana to ban poultry products from Mzansi after an outbreak...