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US farmers set to get huge government payouts

Nov 20 2014 09:08

US farmers are about to reap a bumper harvest not just in corn and soybeans but also in new subsidies that could soar to $10bn.


Africa aims to cut hunger threat as El Niño looms

Nov 17 2014 15:20

With an El Niño event predicted to hit the Horn of Africa and the Sahel starting in December, researchers are recommending action now to avoid a food crisis.


Kenya's tea farmers threaten to uproot

Nov 17 2014 09:44

Emerald-coloured tea bushes have long provided a livelihood for farmers, but bigger harvests have led to a glut of Kenya's speciality black tea.


Mpuma farming programme under fire

Nov 16 2014 12:00

The Mpumalanga government's Masibuyele Emasimini (back to farming) programme has been criticised following revelations that officials failed to meet targets.


De Wetshof honoured at SAA Wine Awards

Nov 14 2014 16:43

De Wetshof Estate flies high at the SAA Wine Awards and was named Producer of the Year, winning the CEO trophy.


SA to resume seafood exports to Russia

Nov 11 2014 19:30

South Africa will resume seafood exports to Russia for the first time in almost two decades, a leading fishing company says.


Import protection boosts Hulett's Zim unit

Nov 11 2014 14:11

The government's import protection on sugar helped the Zimbabwe-based operation of Tongaat Hulett record more sales than the previous comparative half-year.


Fantinel's Prosecco bubbles in SA wine industry

Nov 10 2014 16:36

Of Fantinel’s range of wines available in South Africa, its Prosecco - an Italian sparkling white wine - is the fastest-seller.


Tongaat profit up on import tariff rise

Nov 10 2014 08:37

Sugar producer Tongaat Hulett says first-half operating profit grew 9.3% as import tariff hikes and cost cuts partially offset the effects of low sugar prices.


Billion dollar Aussie-China cattle export deal

Nov 07 2014 12:15

One million Australian cattle worth Aus$1bn will be shipped to China annually in a deal that will double the size of the live export industry, officials say.

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Saldanha Foods to pay R4m over price fixing

Nov 05 2014 19:54

Saldanha Foods will pay a fine of more than R4m for being involved in the price fixing of pilchards and anchovies, the Competition Tribunal says.


Imperial Tobacco pledges dividend increase

Nov 04 2014 15:44

Imperial Tobacco will raise its dividend by at least 10% in the next year, signalling confidence that cost cuts will help it to cope with weak consumer spending.

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