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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 .

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.

Economy

SA pulls citrus consignment to EU

Jul 22 2014 21:00

The agriculture department has withdrawn a consignment of citrus to the European Union in its first sighting this year of black spot in fruit exported from SA.

Agribusiness

Rooibos name protected in EU trade pact

Jul 22 2014 08:22

SA rooibos tea manufacturers have secured ownership of the name in a long-awaited trade agreement with the EU, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

Agribusiness

Beef's environmental costs outweigh poultry

Jul 22 2014 12:52

Beef is by far the most costly protein when it comes to the environmental damage wreaked by feeding and raising cattle, according to a study.

Economy

Davies vows to fight citrus ban

Jul 21 2014 17:59

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has vowed to fight tooth and nail to avert a possible European ban on citrus imports from South Africa.

Agribusiness

Distell makes Kenya acquisitionI

Jul 21 2014 17:30

Distell will acquire 26% of the issued share capital of Kenya's foremost spirits manufacturer for a total of approximately R105m.

Economy

SA citrus takes another black spot knock in EU

Jul 20 2014 15:27

A consignment of SA citrus fruit heading to Europe has been found to have citrus black spots, says the Citrus Growers' Association.

Agribusiness

Imperial Tobacco to buy US cigarette brands

Jul 15 2014 15:43

Imperial Tobacco Group plans to buy US cigarette brands including Winston and Kool for $7.1bn as part of Reynolds American's $27.4bn purchase of Lorillard.

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Agribusiness

Burundi's tea export earnings fall

Jul 04 2014 17:00

Burundi's tea export earnings have fallen 8% in the first quarter of this year compared to a year ago.

Agribusiness

Citrus disease drives US fruit prices higher

Jun 25 2014 17:20

Fallout from a devastating citrus disease in Florida is the latest blow to American consumers struggling with record-high prices.

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