Agri-Entrepreneurs
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
Labour unrest in SA More than just agricultural wage disputes in the Western Cape
Agri SA, the agricultural trade association, has stated that farm wages should be negotiated at farm level, and that any decisions should be based on the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
04 Dec 2012 - A. R.
Pearl of Africa Uganda is one of the top African countries that has embraced organic farming
Uganda is one of the biggest organic farming countries on the African continent and its farming methods are far more sustainable than the usual farming practices
16 Nov 2012 - M. S.
Start with the basics  
The agricultural landscape is in trouble if the problem of the skills shortage is not addressed from grassroots level
12 Nov 2012 - M. M.
Feeding a nation Grain SA is finding ways to empower rural farmers
Grain SA has serious plans to empower the developing farmer to increase grain production and to contribute to food security in South Africa.
05 Nov 2012 - J. D. V.
Reaping the rewards Grain SA is passionate about sharing expertise to the rural farmer
Grain SA is actively involved in farmer development which is aimed at strengthening human capital and thus far has shown great results
29 Oct 2012 - G. S.
A lifeline for farmers SA government has potential to place farmers on a sustainable path
Grain SA believes that it is everybody's responsibility to contribute to human development which is essential if we are to eradicate the threat of food insecurity, which is a very real possibility in SA
23 Oct 2012 - G. S.
The crucial link Women are envisioned as critical to agricultural development
With the country still feeling the effects of the recession, poor communities are bearing the brunt of this. The question is: What is society doing to ensure the poorest of the poor have access to food?
22 Oct 2012 - S. M.
Food for (schools in) Africa Introducing permaculture to schools will create an interest in agriculture at a young age
A new initiative, a food garden project at schools in South Africa, will teach young people how to grow their own vegetables – and will also highlight the importance of sustainable food security.
18 Sep 2012
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