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Election helps Indian sugar demand

Apr 14 2014 10:03

As India's election campaign picks up, it seems to be helping the demand for sugar, according to a retailer.


Japanese mangoes fetch $3 000 at auction

Apr 10 2014 09:22

A pair of mangoes grown in southern Japan has sold for a whopping $3 000, a record price for the fruit's first auction of the season, according to a report.


SA farmers 'don't owe anyone anything'

Apr 09 2014 12:27

South African farmers are unwilling to finance half of land reform farms, because it is unjust and unfair, says an agriculture union.


Wine auction raises millions for education

Apr 08 2014 16:53

The AfrAsia Bank and Cape Wine Auction raised millions for education in the Cape Winelands.


Excess Free State wildlife on sale

Apr 08 2014 16:30

The Free State will sell excess wild animals from its nature reserves at its annual game auction, says the provincial department of environmental affairs.


Govt playing with fire - property rights body

Apr 07 2014 14:43

The proposal that commercial agriculture must transfer 50% of land to workers could create a major disaster for SA, says a property rights group.


Emerging farmers plead with Land Bank

Apr 06 2014 14:00

Emerging black farmers in Mpumalanga have called on the Land Bank to provide financial services to them as well and not just to commercial farmers.


Report: Workers could get half of farms

Apr 06 2014 11:36

Rapport says farmworkers on commercial farms could own half of the farms, according to a new proposal government is considering.


Politicians must not 'use agriculture for votes'

Apr 04 2014 16:16

Political parties and politicians must refrain from making statements that unnecessarily tarnish agriculture’s image, warns an industry body.


Pioneer Foods expects higher earnings

Apr 04 2014 11:51

Food manufacturer Pioneer Foods expects half year earnings to rise as it benefitted from cost cutting measures, among others.



R289m payout for Oceana workers

Apr 03 2014 14:01

Employees of South Africa's largest fishing company netted more than a quarter of a billion rand in a trust payout.


Marginal drop in wool prices

Apr 02 2014 18:52

Cape Wools say difficult demand conditions have led to a marginal drop in South Africa's wool prices.

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Zuma: Pray for peaceful polls

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