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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.


Macadamia farms to boost local economy

Oct 10 2016 16:08

Eastern Cape communities are set to benefit the most from a long-term project aimed at exporting these nuts to an eager global market.


Catastrophe seen in SA agriculture as rivers, dams run dry

Oct 07 2016 10:11

The drought has become a huge problem into irrigation areas with about 350 producers facing ruin because they have no means to access finance, says an industry body.


Rooibos IP innovation showcased at world congress

Oct 04 2016 19:34

Trademarks and patents protecting SA’s unique botanical treasures, Rooibos and Honeybush, have caught the attention of the international community.


US chicken is safe for SA - world poultry council chief

Oct 05 2016 07:47

South African consumers can rest assured that US chicken is produced to the highest standards possible and is safe to eat, says a US poultry body.


Local authority refutes US halaal chicken claims

Oct 03 2016 16:23

The South African National Halaal Authority has distanced itself from a US chicken producer, who claimed over the weekend that all its exported chicken to SA is halaal.


Wine prices rise to record at Cape Guild Auction

Oct 03 2016 12:28

Wine prices have climbed to a record at one of South Africa’s biggest sales, with hotel group Tsogo Sun Holdings being the largest buyer for a third straight year.


Cites: Global trade in wild African Grey parrot banned

Oct 03 2016 10:24

The UN has banned global trade in wild African Grey parrots to counter a decline in numbers caused by trafficking and the loss of forests.


Records fly at Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction

Oct 02 2016 13:41

The 32nd Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction saw all records tumble, with total sales exceeding R13.8m and new record prices.



First signs cheap chicken imports killing SA industry

Oct 02 2016 08:27

More than 1 000 jobs at KwaZulu-Natal’s most iconic chicken producer, Rainbow Chicken, are under threat as the glut of cheap poultry imports takes its toll on the local industry.


The politics of tobacco

Sep 25 2016 06:29

BAT SA is committed to fighting the illegal cigarette trade and helping SA reach its goal of economic growth and job creation, writes Soraya Zoueihid.

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