AgriLIVE

AgriLIVE

Cold Limpopo winter hits potato prices

Already hard-pressed consumers are feeling the pinch as the price of potatoes has drastically gone up — sometimes up by a staggering 140%. Chief among the astronomical ...

The Western Cape is expecting one of the biggest winter grain, barley and canola harvests in recent ...

Police minister Bheki Cele wants better auditing of livestock and has vowed to crack the whip on ...

132 new Covid-19 deaths in 24 hours as fatalities approach 17,000

News

SA's Covid-19 fatalities are approaching the 17,000 mark, with 132 new deaths recorded in the past 24 hours.

Land reform: Nearly 900 underutilised farms to be made available

News

Close to 900 farms comprising 700,000 hectares of underutilised and vacant state land will be made available as part of ...

MEC lauds flourishing Ngcobo grain farming co-operative

AgriLIVE

Agriculture MEC Nomakhosazana Meth has lauded the Aah Zwelakhe Agricultural Co-operative, which in just three years ...

Agri Eastern Cape satisfied live sheep shipments not cruel

AgriLIVE

Agri Eastern Cape says they are convinced that the export of live sheep on Al Mawashi vessels is not cruel and that the ...

Eastern Cape the stock theft capital of SA

AgriLIVE

A total of eight of the 10 police stations which recorded most stock theft cases in SA are in the province.

Farmers’ plight prolonged by lack of aid, says Odendaal

AgriLIVE

Seven boreholes within an area of 5,8194m hectares — that is the only aid the Eastern Cape department of rural ...

Farmers to 'make their voices heard' in protest against violent attacks

AgriLIVE

Farmers across SA are expected to stage protests over the next few days to draw attention to violent attacks on farming ...

Big surge in stock theft during lockdown

AgriLIVE

There has been a “massive surge” in stock theft in the Eastern Cape this year. Figures provided by transport, safety ...

Agriculture bodies back reinstatement of live animal exports

AgriLIVE

Organised agriculture, including red meat producers, want the live export of animals by sea to resume in August and ...

Drought relief funding ‘woefully inadequate’

AgriLIVE

The national government has made  R35m available for drought relief funding in the Eastern Cape.

Farmers take flight to tackle invasive alien vegetation in Karoo

AgriLIVE

  Karoo farmers are making use of drone technology to curb invasive alien plants and increase water supply. Cobus ...

Agricultural sector hit by 26 farm murders, 2020 midyear data shows

AgriLIVE

The agricultural sector has been hit by 26 farm murders since the start of the year, TLU SA said on Tuesday.

Ivory Coast cocoa farmers welcome good weather for main crop

News

Rainfall was above average over most of Ivory Coast's cocoa growing regions last week, increasing the chances of a ...

X