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Bright idea to make agriculture dreams come true

From a tiny plot to a thriving farm — this is what Aviwe Gxotiwe aspires to achieve for people living in the rural Eastern Cape who are unable to get loans to see their ...

The plan, released by minister Ebrahim Patel, has been met with enthusiasm

The Eastern Cape government is providing relief to all farmers affected by the drought in the ...

Sheep-shearers aim for SA sports award ... at a fast clip

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We’re the best baa none, say shearers joining rugby and netball stars for the SA Sports Awards

AgriLIVE - 4 November 2019

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All the latest regarding agriculture in the Eastern Cape

Nine youth get boost to grow their farms

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Nine budding farmers from around the country have made the cut as finalists in the SAB Urban Agriculture / Youth ...

Mthatha co-operative farming pilot set to launch

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A milestone agri-project aimed at igniting a million-hectare economic turnaround plan looks set to launch in the ...

Karoo’s Samara game reserve on track with conservation projects

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When Samara owners Mark and Sarah Tompkins first bought land in the area 22 years ago, their holistic, ecological ...

Eastern Cape dairy on the rise

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The Eastern Cape dairy industry is expanding and encouraging transformation in the province, despite uncontrollable ...

Low rainfall could delay planting, reduce yields

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The planting of maize, soybean and sugar beans has been delayed in the Eastern Cape due to low rainfalls.

Farmers dig deep during the drought

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Everyone is depending on me to provide for them, but I’m only one man — alone with no-one else but my own two hands.

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