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Another grim year ahead for despondent agricultural sector

Drought, poor harvests and unfavourable agricultural policy have taken a toll on agribusinesses

A second foot-and-mouth disease outbreak has crippled farmers across the country, with livestock ...

The first Russia-Africa summit that was held in October 2019 concluded with an announcement that ...

Seven young farmers who got the land and are ...

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When it is not a highly contentious space, farming can be viewed as an ...

Drought worries put damper on agribusiness ...

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The index is below 50 for the sixth-consecutive quarter, the longest period of ...

SA agriculture following its vision of ...

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South Africa’s Crop Estimates Committee has lowered its estimates for the ...

Champion sheep shearers show how it’s done

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With the judges’ and audience’s eyes glued to you,  your family on your mind and the entire nation in your heart, you ...

AgriLIVE - 2 December 2019

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All the latest regarding agriculture in South Africa

Controversial pesticide under spotlight as bees, butterflies wane

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Where have all the bees and butterflies gone? It sounds like a whimsical folk song but environmental activists say it’s ...

Agri SA expresses foot-and-mouth disease concerns

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Agricultural organisation Agri SA has warned that the banning of livestock auctions as a result of a foot-and-mouth ...

Additional thoughts on recent rains and maize conditions in South Africa

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After weeks of dryness which caused delays in crop planting, most regions of South Africa have finally received a ...

AgriLIVE - 18 November 2019

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All the latest regarding agriculture in the Eastern Cape

Fish farming and mealworms benefit small cooperatives

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The Ndlovu Family Farm Cooperative in Hekpoort, Mogale City, is one of several sites to benefit from fish farming and ...

More money for East Cape drought relief

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An extra R56m will be made available for immediate drought relief after the Eastern Cape government reworked its budget ...

The current drought is bad, but not as bad as it could be

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However, the main upside risk for food price inflation in 2020 remains the weather

East Cape relief funds for drought ‘woefully inadequate’

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Farmers in the Eastern Cape need R30m daily to keep their animals alive and productive, according to Agri Eastern Cape ...

Mohair farmers 'cautiously optimistic' after auction

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Mohair farmers in the Eastern Cape are relieved after the auction last week — the fifth sale of the winter season — ...

Here's how Mathebula empowers young farmers with disability

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A young farmer with a dream to end unemployment and grow his business is making his mark in the agricultural sector.

Bright idea to make agriculture dreams come true

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From a tiny plot to a thriving farm — this is what Aviwe Gxotiwe aspires to achieve for people living in the rural ...

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