We know that collaboration can help grow and transform agriculture in Africa and on Food For Mzansi’s watchlist today is a promising conference and exhibition to explore this concept. The virtual gathering seeks to establish if and how the wind industry and agricultural sector can co-exist.
We are also keeping an eye on various parliamentary meetings, one pertaining the commercial fishing industry and the other a continuation of processing the Upgrading of the Land Tenure Rights Amendment Bill (Ultra Bill).
Can wind industry and agriculture co-existence?
Africa’s must-attend wind energy event, the Windaba conference and exhibition, is back and inviting you to them virtually today. In its tenth year already, this year’s exhibition seeks to provide industry perspective on how the wind industry can coexist with agriculture.
Find out as Mark Tanton, founder and chief executive officer of Red Cap Energy discusses Redcap’s perspective on the co-existence of the two industries.
The virtual event runs 09:00 to 17:00. Book your delegate pass now: The 10th annual Windaba Conference and Exhibition.
National Assembly talks fishing industry
In parliament today, the portfolio committee on environment, forestry and fisheries meets with the commercial fishing industry. In the introductory meeting the department of environment, forestry and fisheries will provide responses on issues raised by small-scale and commercial fisheries.
The virtual meeting runs from 09:00 to 3:00. Interested individuals may view it on the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa YouTube channel.
Continuation of processing the Ultra Bill
Also meeting this morning at 09:00 until 12:00 is the portfolio committee on agriculture, land reform and rural development. They will meet for the consideration and adoption of the B-version, public participation report and committee report on the Upgrading of the Land Tenure Rights Amendment Bill (Ultra Bill).
The meeting takes place virtually and is a continuation of processing the Ultra Bill. Interested individuals may view it on the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa YouTube channel.
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