Tru-Cape breaks 16 millon carton sales

Jan 19 2018 15:54

Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing saw a volume increase of about 8% last year, breaking the volume record of 16 million cartons for the first time.


How the Markus Jooste scandal may impact SA's biggest horse racing auction

Jan 19 2018 13:52

There are fears within the horse racing community that the scandal surrounding former Steinhoff CEO and noted racehorse owner Markus Jooste could cause a sharp decline in horse sale prices.


SA wine industry faces most challenging year ever - expert

Jan 19 2018 15:08

This year is the most challenging the domestic wine industry has ever faced, according to Francois Viljoen, head of viticulture and soil science at VinPro.


Ghana considers pay cut for cocoa farmers as prices stay low

Jan 19 2018 19:47

Ghana’s government will consider cutting the price it pays to cocoa farmers because a slump that started more than a year ago, shows little sign of abating.


BOS set to stir ice tea market even further

Jan 17 2018 19:18

BOS Brands is set for further growth after signing a sales and distribution agreement with Rhodes Food Group.


Boost for blueberry industry

Jan 17 2018 18:48

Migiva Group and OZblu have signed a joint venture which will bring to market what they call a superior blueberry offering.


Trump's tax cut to lower rate for British American Tobacco

Jan 09 2018 12:08

JSE-listed British American Tobacco has announced that its effective tax rate is set to fall from about 30% to the 'high twenties' following the passage of US legislation.


Sex is big business in dairy farming

Jan 03 2018 07:20

Sex is big business in dairy farming, which is why a battle is brewing in the US over new technologies designed to make sure only milk-producing cows are born.

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Premium alcohol favourites differ in Jozi, Cape Town

Jan 02 2018 19:41

SA's super-rich are willing to pay exorbitant prices to secure "money can’t buy" products to match their lifestyle or the one they aspire to, says an expert.


From wine grapes to lambs squeezed as drought drags on

Dec 24 2017 15:42

While much of South Africa is enjoying good summer rains, its two western provinces have been hit by a persistent drought. In Cape Town taps are forecast to run dry as soon as March.

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