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Opinion

Higher food prices not the doing of domestic farmers

In a year of large crop harvests following good rainfall, a few people probably thought consumer food price inflation would accelerate as we have witnessed in the past 10 ...

Most of the national government’s agricultural policies and programmes depend on implementation by ...

The dominant message about SA’s agriculture in the past few months has been of a thriving sector, ...

Beef markets open up for Centane communal farmers

AgriLIVE

Lacking access to the markets will no longer hold rural Eastern Cape communal cattle farmers back as a new initiative ...

SA and Eastern Cape citrus exports flourishing but collaborative efforts needed to ...

Opinion

While you’re squeezing a lemon over your fish ’n chips in Gqeberha, a consumer anywhere from Dubai to Shanghai could be ...

Agri EC weighs in on illegal dams

AgriLIVE

There is no proof that illegal farm dams are reducing flow into the Kouga Dam and hard-pressed farmers in the area need ...

Game farmers helping each other survive extreme drought

Weeken Post

Eastern Cape game farmers have turned to each other for help during a time of crisis.

Court orders North West farmers who occupied government farms to leave

AgriLIVE

The minister of agriculture, land reform and rural development has succeeded in evicting 21 farmers who occupied 10 ...

Call for Eastern Cape farmers to apply for R198m annual support programme

Business

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

Strawberry farm celebrates SA's first commercial dagga export - and it's high quality

AgriLIVE

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

‘Farmers should be prioritised for Covid jab’ — Agri SA

AgriLIVE

The agricultural sector has called for farmers and farm workers to be moved higher up on the Covid-19 vaccination ...

Rural development MEC looks to strengthen citrus sector

AgriLIVE

The Eastern Cape government plans to strengthen the already thriving citrus sector by allowing budding farmers ...

New SA-China lemon export deal hits sweet spot

Business

A sweet new deal on the export of lemons to China, which looks set to generate a huge local boost in revenue and jobs, ...

'Rampant theft' of beehives hits SA honey industry

News

Costly to beekeepers: An average hive with frames, wax and bees and a producing swarm can vary from R1,500 to R3,000 ...