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Issue 30 - Securing South Africa's Food Resources

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Harvest SA aims to inform, and create a platform for all role-players in agriculture – farmers, the government and the corporate sector – to work together in providing solutions to food security, by addressing issues such as environmental concerns, employment/job creation, skills development, the role women play in farming in South Africa, economic concerns and the like.

Currently ranked by the Trade Association of Business Publication's (TABPI) "Big 95" at number 81 on their list of the top 95 B2B Publications internationally and winner of two Gold Tabbie Awards, Harvest SA has an extensive distribution, reaching on a personalized basis C-level executives throughout the Agricultural Value Chain in the Private Sector, and key decision-makers in Government. Harvest SA is directly distributed to commercial farmers on a bimonthly basis via TAU SA. This glossy magazine appears bimonthly (January, March, May, July, September and November) and has a print run of 10 000. The primary distribution is to the members of TAU SA, who receive the magazine directly in the mail. TAU SA was established in 1897, making it the oldest agricultural organisation in South Africa for commercial farmers. Harvest SA is also distributed nationally and provincially to all three tiers of Government involved in Agriculture, regularly acting as a mouthpiece for the Agricultural Research Council (ARC), the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) and other Government Departments, as well as directly to key role players in the top JSE listed companies involved in Agriculture. Harvest SA is an unsurpassed vehicle for promoting your Brand and Organisation.

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