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The business of drought Extraordinary circumstances justify support for farmers
Recently Agri SA published the results of a drought survey which highlighted projected job losses of 31 000 and an estimated R7 billion in damages, among other serious concerns.
20 Mar 2019
Strengthening the rural economy Agritourism initiatives deserve the support of all South Africans
Aslightly warped view of the life of a farmer and those who live in rural areas exists in South Africa largely because communication has often been one-sided, reflecting the views
06 Mar 2019
Between a rock and a hard place Where do we go from here?
Agriculture in South Africa is of crucial importance because it provides food and fibre for the country’s population. It is also of strategic importance because it ensures
17 Sep 2018 - B. v. Z.
Making headway against headwinds Securing competitive advantage and advancing investment opportunities in agriculture
South African agriculture still offers many investment opportunities despite headwinds caused by drought in parts of the country and policy uncertainty. A shock 2.2% GDP decline
02 Aug 2018
A legal solution to land The Constitutional Property Clause is sufficient to achieve land reform
In a statement released earlier this year, Agri SA took issue with the ruling part’s announcement at its National Conference in December 2017 that it was going to adopt
15 Feb 2018
Farmers of the future Land Bank is looking to challenge youth perception of the agricultural sector to encourage greater participation, writes Londiwe Thabethe
With the fanfare of Youth month now behind us, what remains and cannot be forgotten is the collective work necessary to address the systemic challenges facing South Africa’s
10 Aug 2017
Agbiz plays vital strategic role Agbiz has a vital role to play in the current economic meltdown, Agbiz chairperson Schalk Pienaar said at the Agbiz congress.
“Although Agbiz is deeply conscious of the factors impairing economic growth and development, the effects of this slowdown are part of what we have to deal with on a daily
13 Jul 2016
Policy Matters Nation in Conversation
The third and final session of the second day of Nation in Conversation focussed on Policy Matters and was hosted by Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital, while the discussion
22 Jun 2016 - M. A.
BETI shows further signs of a return to normal 'Normal' should be a celebration
A return to 'normal' economic growth may not be entirely satisfactory to the average South African, but with the BETI showing the economy is stabilising, 'normal' should be cause for celebration.
17 Jul 2013
On the brink of disaster SA is on the brink of being food insecure: we need to act now
According to Jaco Minnaar, a farmer from the Free State, South Africa is on the knife edge between food security and food insecurity. We need to act now to ensure our food stocks are secured.
22 Nov 2012 - L. S.




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