• Dangerous games

    Employers' body Neasa is playing a potentially dangerous game, says Terry Bell.

  • Rational thinking

    All players should first consider the net result of their actions, says Leopold Scholtz.

  • Telkom's property poser

    BEE may be hindering Telkom's plans to offload redundant real estate, says Gugu Lourie.

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Agribusiness

British American Tobacco profit hit by pound

Jul 30 2014 11:15

British American Tobacco has reported lower revenue and profit for six months, hurt by the strong British pound and a slight decline in volume.

Economy

SA maize crop bigger than expected

Jul 29 2014 19:01

The government's crop estimates committee says deliveries to silos show a bigger crop of yellow maize than previously thought.

Economy

Govt threat to SA food security - economist

Jul 30 2014 06:00

Continued involvement of the SA government in the free functioning of market forces creates serious threats to food security in the country, says an economist.

Agribusiness

Bad pricing costs maize farmers 'millions'

Jul 29 2014 11:14

Maize farmers in South Africa are losing millions of rands by not carefully making use of pricing opportunities available to the sector, says FNB.

Agribusiness

France wages 'peach war' on Spain

Jul 29 2014 12:19

French fruit-growers' anger is boiling over amid fears that their industry is on the verge of disappearing entirely because of diving prices.

World

Russia may restrict EU fruit imports

Jul 29 2014 10:12

Russian authorities say they are considering restricting all or some European Union fruit imports, mainly from eastern Europe.

Agribusiness

JC Le Roux an icon for SA consumers

Jul 28 2014 15:38

South Africa’s sparkling wine JC Le Roux has been declared an icon among SA consumers, shows a brand survey.

Agribusiness

BAT's Zim unit declares 100% dividend

Jul 28 2014 15:18

BAT Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe unit of British American Tobacco, has put a smile on its shareholders' faces after it declared a 100% dividend payout

Agribusiness

Good news for SA maize output

Jul 25 2014 19:23

South Africa is likely to raise its 2014 maize output forecast slightly as harvesting draws to a close with little expectation of a big change in the estimate.

Economy

Bill should give back stolen land – EFF

Jul 25 2014 18:34

The passing of the appropriation bill has caused heated debate in parliament, with some MPs claiming it will place an unfair burden on future generations .

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Agribusiness

Tongaat funding boost for Zim sugar farmers

Jul 25 2014 16:54

Sugar cane farmers in Zimbabwe have received funding facilities amounting to $32m from a regional banking group and sugar producer Tongaat Hulett.

Agribusiness

Sugar imports not so sweet for Sadc producers

Jul 24 2014 12:28

Southern African sugar producers are in a pickle over imports flooding local markets and stretching demand, despite efforts to discourage dumping.

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