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Agribusiness

BAT Zim full-year volumes down 21%

Feb 23 2017 15:19

British American Tobacco Zimbabwe has reported a 21% drop in sales volumes for the year to end-December 2016 on the back of weak consumer demand.

Agribusiness

Cecil the Lion, drought end SA wildlife price boom

Feb 22 2017 10:08

Wildlife prices are tumbling in South Africa, as game breeders are squeezed by restrictions imposed following the killing of Cecil the Lion, and the worst drought on record.

Agribusiness

Kenya to import yellow corn for first time since 2011

Feb 17 2017 19:01

Kenya has approved the import of 5 million bags of yellow corn from Ukraine as a drought slashes its own output of the grain.

Agribusiness

Armyworms may invade SA sugar fields after corn

Feb 17 2017 18:57

An outbreak of fall armyworms that has attacked corn plants may spread to sugarcane in the KwaZulu-Natal province, says the Agricultural Research Council.

Agribusiness

Slam tariff on SA maize imports - Zim millers

Feb 17 2017 18:32

The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe wants a 40% of tariffs on imports of maize because its struggling to compete with cheaper South African maize grown from genetically modified seeds.

Agribusiness

South Africa stockpiles armyworm chemicals

Feb 15 2017 19:46

SA is stockpiling chemicals to fight a crippling outbreak of the false armyworm while all Zimbabwean provinces have now been infested with the pest, say officials.

Economy

UN meeting warns of 'huge' armyworm threat

Feb 14 2017 18:37

The fall armyworm has a potential to cause a serious food security problem in sub-Saharan Africa, says an expert at emergency UN talks in Harare.

Agribusiness

Lobster crash erodes West Coast way of life

Feb 15 2017 07:01

A collapse in the population of the iconic West Coast rock lobster may drive its people into new forms of employment, leaving only a few commercial outfits behind.

Agribusiness

Conference tackles armyworm outbreak in SADC region

Feb 14 2017 13:15

Zimbabwe, South Africa, Malawi and other countries in the region are among the nations bracing for dire effects emanating from the outbreak of the false armyworm.

Agribusiness

Valentine’s chocolate cheaper as cocoa supply swells

Feb 13 2017 12:54

Buying your sweetheart a box of Valentine’s Day chocolates could be cheaper this year thanks to booming cocoa supplies.

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Premier fishing unit to list on JSE in bid to raise R526 million

Feb 13 2017 07:54

African Equity Empowerment Investments will list subsidiary Premier Foods and Fishing on the JSE in March to raise R526.5m in order to grow its market share.

Agribusiness

Cape Wine Auction raises record R22.3m

Feb 13 2017 06:41

The recently held Cape Wine Auction has raised a record R22.3m, surpassing the target of R15m.

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