Job Creation
JOB CREATION Creating employment and entrepreneurial opportunities through tyre waste
Tyre waste is a growing problem in South Africa; particularly as approximately 11 million used tyres are dumped illegally each year.  Through the Integrated Industry Waste
23 Apr 2014
EASTERN CAPE PROJECT Eastern Cape project transforming lives
Indibano, an Economic Development Implementation Organisation, is achieving significant results across the Eastern Cape by creating opportunities that enable underprivileged people to support themselves.
26 Mar 2014 - A. M.
Listening to the community Minister consults fishing communities
The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Ms Tina Joemat-Pettersson attended a meeting with fishers in Kalk Bay on a fisheries listening campaign.
21 Feb 2014
What's the beef? SA beef back to market
DAFF Minister Joemat-Pettersson brought good news at a recent media conference addressing South Africa's regaining of its Foot and Mouth Disease free status following the lifting of a three-year ban
21 Feb 2014
Education A necessity for economic growth
South Africa’s agricultural sector is an engine for growth and development. Therefore, proper agricultural education and training plays a critical role in the economic and social transformation of the country
20 Nov 2013 - R. D.
Aquaculture The blue revolution
Gone are the days when people believed there were many fish in the sea. Recent UN reports reveal that two thirds of the world’s fisheries are either overfished or fully harvested
04 Sep 2013 - T. S.
Jan Le Fleur, new entrant in fruit industry Another winner for the 2012 Deciduous Fruit Industry Award
Awarded as the new entrant into the market,a trip to Germany was awarded to Jan Le Fleur who on his return, reminisces about his experience and insights of his trip
09 May 2013 - L. B.
Fruits of his labour Theo Erasmus tells his story of how he started in farming and how he got to the position he is in today
Last year, at the 2012 Deciduous Fruit Award Ceremony, Theo Erasmus won the Deciduous Farmworker in a Management Position award.
07 May 2013 - L. B.
Born to learn Education builds a lasting legacy
In terms of section 29 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, all children have a right to basic education – irrespective of geological area
08 Apr 2013 - D. L.
Man or machine? Mechanisation is cropping up on farms in South Africa
South Africa has been grappling with an increased demand for food and decreased production in the agricultural sector in recent years
01 Apr 2013 - T. S.
Keeping a competitive edge Grow your bottom line through skills development
Due to the current economic climate, which is forcing organisations to explore tactics to remain competitive,outsourcing the relevant skills has become prevalent in South Africa.
19 Dec 2012 - D. L. / U. L. H.
What the government is doing Contributing to food security for South Africans
An extract from an interview conducted by Harvest SA brought up the one question that everybody has been wanting the answer to. What is the government doing about securing food for its people.
14 Dec 2012
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