• Privatisation tweet

    A probe into a tweet by Tesla chairperson and CEO Elon Musk may open pandora's box.

  • State Capture Inquiry

    Nedbank says ex-Mining Minister Mosebenzi Zwane sought to keep Gupta accounts open.

  • Tighter rules

    'Corporate scandals, rumours and innuendo' has prompted the JSE to plan new listing rules.


Egypt lifts SA fresh goods ban as listeriosis threat subsides

Sep 19 2018 14:07

Egypt's government has lifted its temporary suspension of fresh fruits and vegetable imports from South Africa, a precaution to prevent the spread of listeriosis there.


Research shows agri renaissance possible for Western Cape

Sep 19 2018 06:16

An “agri renaissance” of higher yields, reduced costs and improved nutritional value is possible for the Western Cape, shows research by the University of Stellenbosch Business School.


Philippine farmers risk death to save crops from killer typhoon

Sep 17 2018 10:30

As Typhoon Manghkut hurtled toward the Philippines, those in its firing line had a stark choice: stay or flee. Many chose to remain in order to protect their most precious possessions - their food and livestock.


Witlof grower announces its red counterpart

Sep 10 2018 18:58

While Witlof can be enjoyed raw in salads and as 'spoons' for drips, as well as cooked in soups, Rooilof is best used in salads or as a garnish.


SA land prices drop 32% on land reform change, drought

Sep 10 2018 17:08

Farm prices have plunged by a third since the ruling party decided to seek a change to the Constitution to make it easier to expropriate land without compensation.


Land reform plans sees agriculture confidence at two-year low

Sep 10 2018 12:19

An index tracking confidence in the agriculture industry has declined to the lowest in more than two years as the ANC presses ahead with plans to make it easier to expropriate land without compensation.


WATCH: SA farmers to fight US over cheap chicken imports

Aug 30 2018 14:14

President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium has revived the years-long poultry tussle between the US and SA, with farmers now calling for higher import tariffs on US chicken.


Tomato grower takes on Monsanto over weedkiller

Aug 26 2018 16:03

A tomato farmer has joined thousands of people who are taking legal action against Monsanto for failing to warn users about the risks of using glyphosate.


France toasts 25% wine production jump

Aug 26 2018 12:25

French wine production is set to leap 25% this year in welcome news for vineyards after a disastrous cold snap in 2017, says the government.


AGOA will not collapse over Trump tweet, insists Mokonyane

Aug 23 2018 15:10

'It’s unfortunate that the first citizen of the United States can just go out and say that we have changed the Constitution on land just like that,' the minister of communications told reporters in Cape Town.

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Department researching 'growing market' of hemp farming - Rob Davies

Aug 24 2018 08:04

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says he recognises the potential value of commercial chains of cannabis-related products - and the department has researched how SA could become an "innovative player".


China culls thousands of pigs as African swine fever spreads

Aug 22 2018 12:31

More than 14 500 pigs have been culled in an eastern Chinese city, as the world's largest pork producer scrambles to contain an outbreak of African swine fever.

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