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New Johannesburg facility for Tru-Cape

Apr 17 2015 05:00

With the launch of Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing’s new City Deep facility in Johannesburg, the company completes its closer-to-market strategy.


Illovo falls as sugar prices, drought cut profit

Apr 15 2015 14:45

Illovo Sugar has fallen the most in almost two years after saying profit will slide as much as 12% because of low global prices and a drought in South Africa.


SA imports first yellow corn in a year

Apr 08 2015 16:30

South Africa has imported the yellow variety for the first time in almost a year as a local drought curbs production.


Watershed year for Zeder - CEO

Apr 08 2015 15:35

During its financial year JSE-listed agri-investment company Zeder has seen the value of its underlying investment portfolio increase by 156%.


SA, US to meet over poultry trade dispute

Apr 08 2015 10:26

South African and US poultry producers will meet this week in an effort to reach an agreement over American chicken exports.


SA seeks to move corn belt as coal gobbles land

Apr 03 2015 06:00

South Africa’s biggest grains lobby says a lack of title deeds in the Eastern Cape is hindering a plan to move the corn belt west as coal mines take over.


Anticipation and angst over milk quotas

Mar 29 2015 14:09

European dairy farmers are facing the end of three decades of milk quotas with a mixture of anticipation and angst.


SA's 2015 maize output almost unchanged

Mar 25 2015 17:47

South Africa will harvest 9.666 million tonnes of maize in 2015, almost unchanged from a previous forecast as white maize plantings decreased.


SA cuts citrus exports to Spain

Mar 18 2015 14:39

South Africa won’t be exporting any citrus to Spain for 2015, the Citrus Growers Association of Southern Africa says, placing added pressure on the industry.

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Clover posts 41% jump in earnings

Mar 17 2015 08:45

Food and beverage company Clover Industries has reported a 41% jump in first-half earnings on higher product prices, despite falling sales and market share.


Progress in foot and mouth prevention - minister

Mar 16 2015 20:13

South Africa has made significant progress in maintaining the country's Foot and Mouth Disease-free status, Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana says.

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