Tuesday, November 12, 2019

#AgriMarkets: Russia-Africa Summit urges trade expansion

The first Russia-Africa Summit concluded with an announcement that urged all participants to increase co-operation in security, science, environmental protection, trade and...

Wool market shows marginal increase of 0,5%

The eight sale of the 2019/20 wool season took place recently. Of the 11 418 bales on offer, 95,7% was sold. The...

Wolmark verhandel 0,4% laer

Die sewende veiling van die 2019/20-wolseisoen het onlangs met 'n aanbod van 12 282 bale, waarvan 96,8% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die wolmark...

#AgriMarkets: Brexit risks in SA agriculture now minimal

The news cycle has been mainly centred around Brexit this past week as talks between the United Kingdom and European Union culminated...

Wool market remains steady despite marginal decrease

The seventh sale of the 2019/20 wool season took place recently. Of the 12 282 bales on offer, 96,8% was sold. The...

Bestendige wolmark verbeter met 1,3%

Die sesde veiling van die 2019/20-wolseisoen het onlangs met 'n aanbod van 13 776 bale, waarvan 92,9% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die mark...

Wool market increases after slight decline

The sixth sale of the 2019/20 wool season took place with 13 776 bales on offer of which 92,9% was sold. The...

#AgriMarkets: Global grain supplies will help cushion Africa

Although the past few months have been a struggle to secure grain supplies for Southern and East Africa, other parts of the...

#AgriMarkets: Operationalising existing agriculture policy is key to growth in SA

The policy agenda for growing South Africa’s agricultural sector, has been clear as far back as 2012 when the National Development Plan...

Wool market traded higher at season’s third sale

At the third sale of the 2019/20 wool season, 92,8% of the 11 390 bales on offer was sold. The wool market...
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