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Motsepe, we’re asking nicely. Where are the farmer billions?

Amid uncertainty about a so-called multi-billion rand fund for farmers, mining magnate Patrice Motsepe has now also promised to increase prize money in major...

UK retailers loving Mzansi’s high-quality stone fruit

British fruit lovers can now look forward to the very best of Mzansi’s peaches, nectarines and other stone fruit following a partnership agreement between...

Women in agriculture: Register now to attend webinar

This is your last chance to register for the International Women’s Day webinar held on Monday. The event, hosted by Corteva Agriscience and the...

Fake Covid-19 vaccine ring busted in Gauteng

While South Africa has seen a rapid decline in Covid-19 infections in the last few weeks, people remain desperate for a vaccine. Last night,...

What’s behind SA’s avocado tiff with Tanzania?

As Mzansi celebrates the start of its new avocado season, the country is locked in a bitter fight over Tanzanian avocados. This, after a...

Inside the theatre for innovative heart surgery on dogs

An innovative canine surgery performed at the Onderstepoort Veterinary Academic Hospital has pioneered the use of a technique that, until now, has only been possible at global universities and a few...

We meet SA’s first farmer to exceed trade standards

Halala, Mzansi! A pome fruit producer outside Ceres in the Western Cape has become the first in the country to exceed ethical and environmentally...

BATSA accused of terrorist funding, ciggie smuggling

The Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association says it is "unsurprised" by BATSA’s deflection following its implication in an alleged organised crime syndicate that was...

Police murders: ‘Farmers, SAPS key to national stability’

The agricultural sector has condemned the murder of six police officers in the last ten days. While police minister Bheki Cele called on officers to...

What you should know about SA’s first land court

The minister of agriculture, land reform and rural development, Thoko Didiza, hopes the Land Court Bill will breathe new life into the country’s land...

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