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Government lifts ban on livestock auctions, imposes strict rules

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The government has lifted the ban on livestock auctions.

Cattle breeder Brenda Tlhabane joins AAT as ambassador

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Renowned farmer Brenda Tlhabane has joined Africa Agri Tech (AAT) as an ambassador in an advisory role.

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

You say potato, we say monopoly: seed firm loses exclusive rights

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Seed grower agrees to release its exclusive rights to a prized varietal after being accused of anticompetitive conduct

AgriLIVE - 20 January 2020

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All the latest regarding agriculture in South Africa

Elderly black farmer’s land battle continues

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The government has abandoned its attempt to appeal a ruling that forces it to sell an elderly black Limpopo farmer the ...

Patensie dragons need no slaying

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There is no need to slay a dragon to get to the fruit named after the fiery beast, passionate farmer Jackye Riddle, ...

Hundreds of animals die at East Cape experimental farms

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The animals, worth a combined R287,500, died during the 2018/2019 financial year, according to rural development and ...

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.

Farmers, traders resort to plan B while legal action ensues

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At least 50 emerging farmers, co-operatives and livestock auctioneers took legal action against Agriculture, Land ...

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