Corporate and Commercial Farming
Developing the rural farmer Another story of Grain SA's successful plans to assist the developing farmer
Joseph Mbaba comes from a farming family which was based in Springbokpan in North West prov- ince. His father was a farmer and he farmed mainly on communal lands
30 May 2013 - J. M.
Trading companies in agriculture The world of trading companies has been impacted by several factors
There are many elements within trading companies that are changing the way in which food and agri-business chains operate
10 May 2013 - P. M. F. N.
Modern farming SA and Brazil's agricultural practices differ
There are major changes happening in the large farming export countries like the USA, Brazil and Argentina that have relatively different environments to countries like SA, India and China.
11 Apr 2013 - M. F. N.
Payroll savvy Increased efficiency
Sage pastel payroll and human resources software solutions deliver increased business efficiency after integration with a secure transaction processing services provide.
29 Jan 2013 - D. M.
A century later A historical look at the Land Bank and its role in SA
The Land Bank’s history is rooted in the founding of the apartheid regime, and played a key part in the early stages of mechanisms that saw the rise of agriculture and the country’s political economy.
09 Jan 2013 - N. N.
Food for thought Without solid management, all costs incurred in growing the agricultural sector will be lost
The agricultural sector is undergoing a transformation whereby a new era of opportunity is being created for both farmers and investors.
10 Oct 2012 - D. L.
Saving grace New Land Bank scheme to provide emerging farmers with affordable loans
The Land Bank has secured a funding arrangement with the African Development Bank (AfDB), allowing South African farmers to access a R1-billion fund.
18 Sep 2012
Commercial farmers could become extinct Plans in action to make farming profession 'sexy' and 'cool'
South Africa currently has 83 000 less commercial farmers than in 1994. Agri SA Deputy President, Theo de Jager, warned at the Outlook Conference in Pretoria that commercial farmers has become an endangered species.
17 Sep 2012 - S.
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