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SA may increase maize output estimate

Jun 22 2016 19:26

SA may may raise its forecast for this season's maize crop for the second time as the dry weather meant no interruptions during harvesting.


Spat over saltwater levels in SA chicken

Jun 21 2016 19:02

The Association of Meat Importers and Exporters of SA does not agree that lowering the percentage of saltwater in chicken will push up prices to "unaffordable" levels.


Israel, South Africa water week creates partnerships

Jun 17 2016 19:43

The first annual Israel South Africa Water Week took place in Durban recently after successful sessions in both Johannesburg and Cape Town.


Europe’s citrus demand boosts southern African exports

Jun 16 2016 19:53

European appetite for citrus is giving a lift to drought-threatened southern African exports, with the EU accounting for the biggest rise with a 34% shipment increase.


Sars sees grapes, not wine when taxing farmers

Jun 17 2016 06:00

A recent judgment shows the pitfalls for farmers in terms of how they have to account for any produce that has not been disposed of at the end of their tax year.


SA plans to double tax-free wine exports to EU

Jun 16 2016 11:07

South African plans to double exports of duty-free wine after a trade agreement between southern African countries and the European Union.


Hunters’ answer to Cecil the lion row: We create 53 000 jobs

Jun 10 2016 12:32

Trophy hunting contributes R6.4bn to eight sub-Saharan African countries and employs 53 000 people, a report by the club that suspended Cecil's shooter, has revealed.


Fawu, grain processors avert strike

Jun 09 2016 21:00

SA's biggest grain processing and logistics companies and Fawu have reached a wage agreement, thereby averting a strike.


Fine SA wine goes green with solar solutions

Jun 09 2016 10:47

Three wine estates have recently blended vintage with innovation by taking advantage of the South African climate to enhance their power requirements.


MAP: More than 19 000 farms in SA for sale

Jun 07 2016 07:51

The number of farms for sale in South Africa has jumped by 45% in the last 15 months, recent property data shows.



Pistorius family fail to squash price-fixing case

Jun 02 2016 20:48

A case of collusion involving the family of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius is set to proceed after lawyers failed in their bid to have the charges dismissed.

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