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Tongaat unit suspended from trading on Zim stock exchange

Aug 23 2019 07:51

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has halted trading of Tongaat Huletts unit, Hippo Valley, following a delay in the publication of its financial results for the period to March 2019.


Local bodies slam EU-funded study on SA's shrinking poultry industry

Aug 21 2019 07:18

An EU-funded study has found that part of the reason for the crisis of SA's poultry industry is due to limited investment in building production capacity and shortcomings in SA's business model. Local bodies, however, have disputed this.


No reason to explore 100% local food procurement, says agriculture minister

Aug 19 2019 21:34

Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development Thoko Didiza said while there were "no compelling reason for undertaking such a study", the department studies food security levels, agricultural production trends, and agricultural trade patterns.


Tribunal greenlights merger of SA's biggest ostrich firms, but Ts and Cs apply

Aug 15 2019 10:05

The Competition Tribunal has conditionally approved the merger between SA's largest ostrich processing companies – Klein Karoo International and Mosstrich.


WATCH: Beyond Meat hungers for funding to fuel expansion

Aug 02 2019 10:50

Meat alternative company Beyond Meat announced details of a second share sale, just months after its blockbuster IPO, as the plant-based burger maker raises money to fuel an attempt to meet growing demand and beat out competitors.


Tobacco Wars: Industry body apologises to Van Loggerenberg

Aug 01 2019 06:00

The Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association has apologised to the SA Revenue Service and any of its employees who may have been harmed by FITA's members, saying the association was building a "new relationship" with the tax agency.



Dire consequences if 'unconsidered' poultry tariff is approved, warn meat importers

Jul 19 2019 12:32

According to a statement released by the association, government and its import tariff adjudication body are yielding to calls for a tariff increase on chicken product imports.


WATCH: Small farmers put Zimbabwe's coffee back on the map

Jul 04 2019 11:44

With companies like Nestle's Nespresso arm willing to pay a premium for Zimbabwe's Arabica coffee, small-scale farmers are returning to a sector that was all-but destroyed under former President Robert Mugabe.

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