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Fruit canning factory catches a break as Tiger Brands strikes compact while buyer sought

Agri SA has welcomed the decision by JSE-listed food producer Tiger Brands to extend operations at its Western Cape deciduous fruits business, Langeberg & Ashton Foods, for ...

May to July each year is a busy time in SA’s agricultural sector.

Agbiz expects a mild contraction of between 3% to 5% year-on-year in 2022 mainly on the back of a ...

Road closures in flood-ravaged KZN put ...

AgriLIVE

The export of produce and imports of agricultural goods have been significantly ...

Global grain and oilseed markets affected by ...

Opinion

Since the Russia-Ukraine war started on  February 24,   global grain  and ...

Department spent R80m fighting worst locust ...

AgriLIVE

Minister of agriculture Thoko Didiza on Wednesday revealed that her department ...

No supply shortages of grains or vegetables oils expected in SA just yet

Opinion

The subject of food prices is again a major focus as agricultural commodities prices continue to surge on the back ...

War added risk to global grains and oilseeds market

Opinion

Before the war in Ukraine started on February 24, our primary focus in the global grains and oilseeds market was on ...

Italian fruit giant enters East Cape citrus industry

Business

Battaglio SPA and the Sundays River Citrus Company (SRCC) have launched a dynamic new partnership in fruit production ...

Eastern Cape’s agricultural conditions in stark contrast to positive national picture

Opinion

This column’s readers may be familiar with my optimistic views of SA’s agricultural economic performance in 2021, and ...

Vital for SA to watch global crop market forecasts

Opinion

I typically use this column to focus on national and provincial agricultural economic matters. But we are part of the ...

Livestock farmers look abroad for better prices

AgriLIVE

Red meat producers will look to foreign markets to get the best price and most sustainable income for their products in ...

Emerging farmer loses 50ha of cattle feed to weekend fire

AgriLIVE

An emerging farmer has lost 50ha of cattle feed after a fire was allegedly started on her land in the North West.

Rain, heat could cause deadly disease outbreaks among livestock

AgriLIVE

Recent rainfall and the summer weather could lead to an outbreak of various animal diseases and parasites, with ...

Agri initiative sinking boreholes for Willowmore farmers

AgriLIVE

Despite much-needed rain falling across most of the drought-stricken Eastern Cape, an agricultural organisation has ...

Heavy rains both blessing and curse for SA’s agricultural sector

AgriLIVE

A drive from Pretoria to the Eastern Cape in December always offers an opportunity to assess the country’s agricultural ...

Increase in exports sees agricultural sector perform well in 2021: Thoko Didiza

AgriLIVE

Agriculture and land reform minister Thoko Didiza says the agricultural sector is ending the year on a positive note, ...

Agri-bursaries for two promising Kouga pupils

AgriLIVE

While many believe the grass is greener on the other side, two Kouga pupils will have the opportunity to find out for ...

Agile regulatory system key to agricultural productivity

Opinion

Agricultural productivity growth — the increase in yield per unit (land/animal) — depends largely on technological ...