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Court orders North West farmers who occupied government farms to leave

The minister of agriculture, land reform and rural development has succeeded in evicting 21 farmers who occupied 10 farms worth more than R50m in the North West.

The Eastern Cape government has called on black farmers to apply for its R198m agriculture ...

SA has despatched its first commercial export of medical cannabis, representing a milestone for the ...

Eastern Cape sees wool decline

News

Sheep wool producers in the Eastern Cape region should expect a slight decrease in wool sales income due to the severe ...

Technology helps SA farmers cut costs as wages rise

Business

Tech that farmers are using includes GPS-guided tractors, drones, apps and biological tech such as GMO seeds

Government to start issuing permits for hemp production in October

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Agriculture, land reform and rural development minister Thoko Didiza says her department will start issuing permits for ...

Record mohair season stabilising while international demand persists

Business

The local mohair market seems to be stabilising after smashing one record after the other in the first half of the ...

Collaboration needed to make SMME farmers more bankable

Business

Months of lockdown dealt agricultural small businesses and emerging farmers a huge blow, and their road to recovery ...

Golden Valley wind project powers up

AgriLIVE

Cookhouse is cementing its position as an important renewable energy hub in the Eastern Cape with the completion of ...

Hostility between farmers and workers a trend in KZN, says premier

AgriLIVE

KwaZulu-Natal premier Sihle Zikalala said at the weekend that ongoing tensions between farmers and workers was endemic ...

Ugie farmers reap rewards from underrated soybeans

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Soybean farmers in the Eastern Cape are expecting a bumper year as initial harvests and market predictions have shown ...

Rural cameras crucial in fight against stock theft

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Stock thieves take note — you are being watched. This was the message from organised agriculture in the Eastern Cape ...

International demand boosts mohair to record prices

AgriLIVE

The SA mohair market reached record high selling prices at the second auction of 2021, as demand for the noble fibre ...

Farmworker union welcomes increase in minimum wage

News

The union representing farm workers in SA has welcomed the new minimum wage announced by government and rejected ...

'Help young farmers buy the land': Mboweni splits social media with land lease calls

News

Finance minister Tito Mboweni split social media in half over the weekend when he called for young people to be given ...

Finance a crucial factor in the drive to create black commercial farmers

Opinion

SA can learn from programmes that have succeeded to grow this underrepresented sector