Harvest SA Magazine  
Harvest SA’s readers are forward thinking, solution-driven, profit orientated and politically diverse. Our wide readership is a direct result of the magazine’s broad
15 May 2018
Editor's Note  
It feels as though the agricultural sector is on the brink of tremendous change, which is reflected by numerous articles within this NAMPO issue of Harvest SA. Of course, change
15 May 2018 - G. P.
Harvesting hospitality It is time for agritourism in South Africa to be taken seriously, writes Jacqui Taylor
Tourism generates more revenue and provides more employment for the rural economy than farming in the United Kingdom and in several other European countries, notably, Italy. Why?
15 May 2018
Moment of truth Land reform rhetoric is between a rock and a hard place
The golden thread that has run through government declarations on land since Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa became president of the ANC late last year has been ambiguity: “We will take
15 May 2018
SETTING THE LOW - CARB TREND While many food trends these days are often fads—here one season and gone the next—if the last two decades are anything to go by, low-carb diets are here to stay
From the Atkins diet, which peaked in late 2003, to Banting, made popular in recent years by Professor Tim Noakes and, lately, the Ketogenic diet (or Keto for short), all indicate
08 May 2018
Platform for small cheese makers SA Cheese festival a unique platform for small cheese makers
The South African Cheese Festival, presented for the 17th time this year from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 April 2018, annually affords a number of small cheese makers the opportunity
26 Apr 2018
Nampo 2018 The Embassy of Israel to South Africa presents Israel’s Agro-technologies at NAMPO Harvest Day show in Bothaville in the Free State.
Click here to access a catalogue of the companies that will be showcasing their products, knowledge and expertise at the Israeli pavilion.  Haifa Chemicals –
25 Apr 2018
Harvest SA Magazine  
Harvest SA’s readers are forward thinking, solution-driven, profit orientated and politically diverse. Our wide readership is a direct result of the magazine’s broad
05 Apr 2018 - G. P.
Editor's Note Harvest SA issue 33
To say that the topic of land reform gets people hot under the collar would be the understatement of the century. Add “expropriation without compensation” to the mix
05 Apr 2018 - G. P.


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