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Easter cheer with SA farmers and their families

Easter is known globally as the oldest festival of the Christian church, celebrating the resurrection of Christ. For some it is a time to...

‘Mr Ramaphosa, farmers don’t fear land reform, they fear policy uncertainty’

An agricultural business leader has pleaded with Cyril Ramaphosa to urgently give certainty with regards to South Africa’s land reform policy following the president’s...

Chefs can be ‘agents of change’, says Unesco

Chefs are agents of change in the fight against hunger and malnutrition, and play an important role in inspiring people around the world to...

Bayer SA celebrates agricultural sales excellence

The wait is finally over. No less than 55 winners of Bayer South Africa’s Annual Sales Awards were revealed at a glitzy awards ceremony...

4 tech trends impacting agriculture in 2019

Mzansi’s agripreneurs are embracing technology innovation like never before. They know very well that technology continues to play a major role in the development...

10 water-rich fruits and veggies to stay hydrated

It’s summertime and keeping hydrated is super important. With heatwaves scorching South Africa, it’s easy to lose body fluids, which can lead to dehydration. If...

Mega boost for Berg River with agri project

From Piketberg in the Western Cape to Potchefstroom in North West. People across the country can now benefit from South Africa’s first internet-based agriculture...

Taste the origin of your food at this year’s Woordfees

Mutton from the Hardemanskaroo to the Kamdeboo, Qualité cheeses, grass-fed meat and venison, as well as South Africa's Top 10 Sauvignon Blanc and other...

Entrepreneurs flock to newly-launched YB Social Club

Leading Western Cape brand management studio YehBaby launched its entrepeneurs club last night, cutting the ribbon on an exclusive digital marketing product offering for...

Economists have mixed feelings about Mboweni’s budget

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's maiden budget speech have left South Africans with mixed feelings, and it seems economists are no exception. Economists that Food For...

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Weekend cold front to batter Western and Northern Cape

Farmers in the south-western Cape fear that a second cold front set to hit the region this afternoon, might cause further crop damage. The...

Poultry queen is not looking for a king

Solo mother hen from Kuruman, Northern Cape writes… Liewe LuluI am 41, farm with chickens and am currently single. I have two sons and run...

This Free State farmer is creating his own opportunities

Farmsol Youth Ambassador and Free State farmer Mokete Johannes Mofokeng is making great strides through sheer tenacity. In celebration of Youth Month, we feature...

Zim starts paying white farmers after violent land grabs

Too little, too late. This is how political analysts and agricultural policy advisors in South Africa are reacting to Zimbabwe’s two-decades-late compensation payment to...

Grain SA stalwart dies after Covid-19 battle

Grain SA has this evening confirmed the death of Bully Botma, a Free State farmer and former chairperson of the commodity organisation. Food For...