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Mexican company gets deal to invest in Cuba

Mar 01 2015 12:29

A Mexican meat processing firm is the first international company to get approval for an investment project in Cuba's first special economic development area.


Wine, brandy industry happy with review

Feb 27 2015 13:03

The SA wine and brandy industry has welcomed a concession from government on the latest excise duty increases.


SA white corn drops most in 10 months

Feb 25 2015 12:30

White corn in SA has declined the most in 10 months after heavy rains in key producing areas helped limit the damage to this year’s crop due to a drought.


Tongaat fingered in plot to topple Mugabe

Feb 23 2015 17:51

Tongaat Hulett's Zimbabwean unit has reportedly been fingered in a plot to remove President Robert Mugabe from power.


BAT toughening it out in Zim

Feb 23 2015 17:36

British American Tobacco has posted net profit of $13.45m despite depressed consumer spending, rising unemployment and a continued rise in sin tax.


Modi bets on GM crops for green revolution

Feb 22 2015 17:15

Allowing GM crops is critical to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's goal of boosting dismal farm productivity in India, where urbanisation is devouring arable land.


Distell's investment path yields results

Feb 16 2015 17:41

Despite market volatility, Distell has remained committed to its refocused business strategy to accelerate domestic growth and strengthen routes to markets.


SA wine grape harvest quality looks promising

Feb 13 2015 18:49

The South African wine industry has harvested nearly half of what is expected to be a very promising 2015 wine grape crop.


Wine tourists more representative of SA society

Feb 13 2015 16:46

The demographic profile of the SA wine tourist is changing, with a noticeable increase in black wine lovers visiting the winelands, says an expert.


Wine sector looks at sustainable transformation

Feb 11 2015 16:32

Transformation in the South African wine industry has come under the spotlight following a recent overview of the sector.

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Namibian maize farmers fear bad harvest

Feb 10 2015 18:30

Maize farmers in Namibia fear they might have a bad harvest this season due to poor rainfall and scorching heat, a union says.


Restaurants' mark-up of wine leaves sour taste

Feb 06 2015 10:30

Roleplayers in the wine industry give their take on the high mark-up of wine by restaurants, while many wine producers are simply not making enough money.

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