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WATCH: Hungary home to 'world's most expensive wine'

Apr 18 2019 18:37

A Hungarian winemaker in Tokaj, a region known for its golden dessert wine, is selling a vintage for a steep $40 000 a bottle.


      Zeder maintains earnings and dividends in tough trading conditions

      Apr 16 2019 14:53

      JSE-listed Zeder, with its focus on the agri, food and beverage sectors, has delivered comparable recurring earnings for the financial year.


      Competition Commission probes removal of cigarette brands from Spar

      Apr 14 2019 14:59

      The Sunday Times newspaper referenced two internal Spar emails stating that its shops had been ordered not to stock certain brands produced by members of the Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association.


      Brimstone to exit SA dairy deal on anti-Israel pressure

      Apr 12 2019 08:37

      The Brimstone Investment Corporation will exit a deal led by an Israeli company to buy South Africa’s biggest dairy producer after protests by a pro-Palestinian activist group.


      Cuba's worker bees boost thriving honey business

      Apr 10 2019 10:37

      In the floral valleys of Cuba's Matanzas province, old fashioned farming means bees can swarm without the threat of pesticides that have decimated populations across the world.


      SA still among top chicken producers for cost, efficiency - report

      Apr 10 2019 20:56

      SA remains an efficient chicken producer in the global context and has consistently produced chicken more cheaply than European Union countries, research shows.


      WATCH: World's oldest winemaker, Georgia aims to grow grapes on Mars

      Apr 09 2019 16:24

      The Caucasus country of Georgia is immensely proud of its ancient wine-making tradition, claiming to be the first nation to make wine thousands of years ago. Now it wants to be the first to grow grapes on Mars.


      Industry body, BAT-SA deny claims tobacco manufacturer owes SARS R143m

      Apr 07 2019 18:04

      Allegations that BAT-SA owes SARS R143m are 'totally inaccurate', Francois van der Merwe, chair of industry body the Tobacco Institute of Southern Africa, has said.


      Minister ups abalone quota, says legal fishers can't be punished for work of poachers

      Apr 05 2019 13:01

      Senzeni Zokwana says his department will reconsider decisions that implied it was punishing legal abalone rights holders by cutting their catch due to "increased poaching by those operating outside of the law".



      WATCH: Toronto's first cannabis store opens its doors

      Apr 02 2019 10:05

      Ontario's recreational cannabis stores open for business as of April 1, but fewer than half of the government-licenced outlets were ready. The Hunny Pot Cannabis, the only store in Toronto ready to go, had customers lining up.

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