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Agribusiness

J.C. Le Roux named SA Icon brand

Jul 28 2015 17:23

J.C. Le Roux has been declared a consumer Icon and wine category winner in the Ask Afrika Icon Brand Survey.

Agribusiness

BAT defies downward trend in Zim

Jul 27 2015 12:56

British American Tobacco has bucked the downward trend in Zimbabwe by recording growth in both revenue and profitability in its half-year results.

Agribusiness

Chinese clampdown causes chaos in SA nut industry

Jul 26 2015 15:00

SA’s macadamia nut industry, the biggest in the world, has called on local producers, processors and marketers to urgently find other markets for their products or risk massive losses.

Agribusiness

Zimbabwe farmers fear winter of hunger

Jul 22 2015 13:04

Thousands of farmers in Zimbabwe fear they will be going hungry this winter after abandoning traditional staples like maize, sorghum and groundnuts for tobacco.

Agribusiness

Any bid for Syngenta some way off - Monsanto

Jul 19 2015 14:00

Any hostile bid by Monsanto for Swiss rival Syngenta is some way off, says the US seed company's CEO.

Agribusiness

Angels flying rhinos to safey in 'venture capital' project

Jul 09 2015 18:51

A South African couple is carrying out a rhino 'venture capital' project to seed populations into safer areas.

Agribusiness

KWV brandy wins top award

Jul 09 2015 17:16

KWV took the title of Best Brandy and Cognac Producer in the World at the 2015 International Spirit Challenge function in London.

Agribusiness

INFOGRAPHIC: The reality of rhinos

Jul 09 2015 16:41

A group is on a mission to move 100 rhinos from South Africa to Botswana in order to save them from poaching and develop a new breeding nucleus.

Agribusiness

Japanese grapes sell for about R100 000

Jul 09 2015 13:46

A bunch of Japanese grapes has sold for a record $8 200 or $315 per berry - no trifling matter even in a country where fruit can cost a small fortune.

Agribusiness

French wine regions win world heritage status

Jul 05 2015 13:58

France's wine-making region of Champagne and a part of Burgundy have been granted world heritage status by the United Nations.

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Agribusiness

Pact with the devil? Farmers use oil firms' water

Jul 05 2015 11:38

After four years of record drought, farmers are using waste water from oil companies, but environmental campaigners are raising the red flag.

Agribusiness

SA to be net importer of corn first time in 7yrs

Jul 02 2015 19:42

South Africa, currently Africa’s largest producer of corn, could be a net importer for the first time in seven years this season as a drought cuts production.

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