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We celebrate our first birthday… by bearing twins!

Today Food For Mzansi turns one. But, unlike one-year-old humans, we aren’t celebrating our first birthday with a theme party, fizzy drinks and party...

VKB celebrates 100 years by planting trees at schools

Petsana Primary School in Reitz is much greener after receiving 100 trees from the VKB Group, one of Mzansi’s leading agricultural enterprises. The school...

New Limpopo agri worker soccer team showcases rural talent

The Schoonbee Landgoed soccer team from Groblersdal in the Sekhukhune District in Limpopo won the bragging rights after bagging the Game of Stars title...

Load shedding now threatening food security

With Eskom confirming that South Africans will have to endure load shedding today to “protect the power system from a total collapse or blackout”,...

Bokke, may the wors be with you against Japan

Beer, braai and biltong are almost synonymous with the Boks. And on Sunday, many in Mzansi will unite in green and gold while enjoying...

PICTURES: Thousands discover the magic of agriculture

More than 3 000 enthusiastic learners representing many different Western Cape schools descended on the Sandringham farm just outside Stellenbosch for two fun-filled days...

Farmers must help fix huge inequalities in SA – Agri SA

Agri SA president Dan Kriek has urged the country’s farmers to play their part in fixing the huge inequalities in South Africa. In a...

New barometer will measure transformation progress

A tool to measure the state of transformation in the South African agriculture sector and to inform the government and business on the steps...

Bigger black participation needed in next ten years

A lot can still be done to incorporate bigger black participation in the agricultural sector and this needs to be actively addressed in the...

Embrace change to thrive in the agri future, says Didiza

In order to overcome the challenges faced by agriculture, the sector will need to adapt in many ways. This includes embracing technology, exploring new...

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Mr Price commits R30 mil. more to small-scale farmers at historic Cotton SA indaba

Clothing retailer Mr Price Group moments ago announced that they will be spending an additional R30 million on the development and support of small-scale...

Taking the lack out of lactose intolerance

A simple bowl of cereal, pies, ice-cream, mac and cheese and umphokoqo. What do all these diverse foods have in common? They all have...

PODCAST: Agriworker’s son now drives the bakkie and owns the farm

For many farmers, their work is a labour of love. For Whernit Dirks, co-owner of Genadeshoop Boerdery near Piketberg in the Western Cape, nothing...