Higher seasonal output will not sustain sales of agricultural machinery

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No industry will escape the economic pain of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Positive prospects for the 2020/21 global grains harvest

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Last week, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) released the World Agricultural Supply and Demand ...

Food supply secure, but exporting farmers in for tough time amid Covid-19

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The Covid-19 pandemic is fast changing the way we live our lives. The virus has affected every facet of life - health ...

WATCH | Should we worried about SA's food supplies amid Covid-19?

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HeraldLIVE columnist and Agricultural Business Chamber of South Africa chief economist Wandile Sihlobo addresses ...

South Africa’s farm economy to recover in 2020

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South Africa’s farming economy was not in good shape in 2019. This is clear from the agricultural GDP data released ...

Is the coronavirus outbreak a risk for South Africa’s agriculture?

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There is a strong sense of unease in the world right now. The coronavirus outbreak in China is fast spreading across ...

Cannabis, steaming all over Africa

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South Africa is not the only African country that is suddenly taking interest in cannabis.

A mixed bag of grains

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We had important data out overnight – the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, produced by the United ...

Farmers’ optimism reined in by disease and irregular rainfall

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Too early to predict production for this season as drought and foot-and-mouth disease remain problems

South Africa’s agricultural machinery market underperformed in 2019

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South Africa’s primary agriculture underperformed because of drought and biosecurity issues, amongst other aspects.

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