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Weaker rand boosts agriculture sector revenues

Nov 30 2016 19:22

The increase in revenue in the agricultural sector was mainly driven by the sale of animals and animal products.


Tru-Cape grower is new harvest winner of the year

Nov 28 2016 14:16

Tru-Cape grower André Cloete, a farmer from the Overberg area in the Western Cape, has won the Toyota 2016 New Harvest of the Year award.


Durand replaces Nurek at Distell

Nov 27 2016 11:21

The board of directors of Distell has announced that David Nurek will retire as independent non-executive director and chair of Distell.


Drought is driving costs

Nov 27 2016 06:00

Companies such as Astral Foods and Sovereign Food are struggling under the weight of higher feed costs and increased poultry imports.


Oceana delivered on investor promise - CEO

Nov 21 2016 18:11

Oceana Group has delivered on its investment case and it is pleasing that the rest of the business performed very well, CEO Francois Kuttel tells Fin24.


Tongaat Hulett reports revenue rise amid sugar price hike

Nov 14 2016 14:52

Tongaat Hulett revenue has lifted 11.7% to R8.503bn for the six months to end-September 2916, amid a 50% surge in international suger prices over the past six months.


Report unpacks sustainable oceans economy in SA

Nov 08 2016 15:13

In order to unlock further value from SA's oceans, a fundamental first step must be to improve the management of existing resources, says the WWF.


Sappo appoints Allan Immelman as new CEO

Nov 08 2016 20:57

The South African Pork Producer’s Organisation has announced that Allan Immelman will take over as CEO from Simon Streicher.


Fruit SA makes inroads in China

Nov 03 2016 17:03

Fruit SA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese Quarantine and Inspection Association, aimed at strengthening collaboration.


Raise a glass to SA wine

Oct 16 2016 07:38

The sustained quality of our wine continuously attracts overseas investors, writes Eugene Goddard.



EU draws fire for allowing 'overfishing' of Baltic cod

Oct 11 2016 16:06

European Union ministers have agreed to cuts in Baltic cod catch quotas that fall well short of calls by scientists worried about the stock's eventual collapse.


Bayer chief: No Monsanto GM crops in Europe

Oct 10 2016 11:59

German chemicals firm Bayer says it would not introduce genetically modified crops in Europe after its gigantic takeover of US seed and pesticide producer Monsanto.

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