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10 great stories you might have missed in 2018

2018 has been an incredible year that has taken us on a journey with many of South Africa’s agricultural leaders. In case you have...

‘Let’s make South Africa a great nation,’ says Felicia

Iconic talk show host Felicia Mabuza-Suttle, who now lives in the US, says her New Year’s wish is that South Africans would learn how...

Popular TV host calls on Mzansi to back our farmers

Popular Afrikaans story-teller, singer and TV presenter, Andries Vermeulen, says he hopes that all South Africans will embrace 2019 with an attitude of gratitude...

Celeb chef shares his fave Christmas food memories

We all have that one dish that the festive season just wouldn’t be the same without. You know, that precious food memory that immediately...

Media queen Roch-Le Bloem’s fave festive desserts

Festive celebrations are made for delicious food, great company and spending all the time we have with loved ones. With time, however, being seen...

No, really! It’s ok to hit the braai for Christmas

As a kid I was completely enamoured by the idea of a white Christmas even though, as a South African, our December holidays are...

5 #Festive bubbly cocktail recipes you never knew you needed

Doctor's orders for the next few blurred wines of the silly season approaching. Please consult your nearest #WineFARMacist for your prescription. Recently I had a few...

‘Accelerated land reform can improve goodwill,’ says Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa says accelerated land reform has the potential to improve goodwill between the people of South Africa. In his Reconciliation Day address...

Limpopo agri-workers shine in soccer tournament

Limpopo’s agri-workers ended the year with a bang during Game of Stars, the much-anticipated annual soccer final hosted by Agri Limpopo and the Mark...

Under-represented communities to have say in land reform policy debate

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 10-member advisory panel on land reform says under-represented communities must have an opportunity to have their say before a formal policy...

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Listen: Running two businesses while completing a PhD…

Imagine starting a business while you are studying. That would be quite a feat to accomplish. Now imagine starting two businesses while working on...

Who doesn’t love good food and good art?

Food is an intimate form of art compared to others in its ability to incorporate all the senses, believes Thuto Mahlangu (25). Chefs are the...

RECIPE: Thuto Mahlangu’s chicken soup

Nutritious, big on flavour and easy to prepare, chef Thuto Mahlangu’s chicken soup has all the makings of a cozy meal idea for the...

Three things happening in SA agriculture today, 22 October 2020

On a Thursday like this we say cheers to another opportunity to toil and work the land that feeds us. Today, the cameras of...

‘Start with what you have,’ advises founder of poultry stokvel

For new era poultry farmer Ellen Mokau (35) collaboration is the key to unlocking incredible power within the agricultural sector. Through an “unusual” stokvel, Mokau...