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Dam levels are up, but rainfall is still below average

Recent rains have given a welcome boost to the dams supplying the city of Cape Town. Dams were 84,5% full as of...

Spier: A sustainable South African winery

CNN International recently visited Spier wine farm, one of the Cape’s oldest estates. Established on the banks of the Eerste River three centuries ago,...

CoCT calls for suspension on octopus fishing

This article on octopus fishing was originally published on Bizcommunity. Click here to read the original article. The City...

PMA Fresh Connections is coming to Cape Town

The Produce Marketing Association’s (PMA’s) Fresh Connections: Southern Africa Conference and Trade Show is the only annual event in Southern Africa connecting...

Cape Town now allowed to directly export citrus to Japan

For the first season ever, Cape citrus growers can have their fruit destined for Japan inspected and loaded in their own provinces.

Cape Town to host first ever Agritech Africa in 2020

From the 17th to the 19th of June 2020, Cape Town will play host to the first ever Agritech Africa exhibition and...

Gondwana launches hands-on botanical conservation experience

In April the Gondwana Game Reserve will launch a Fynbos conservation experience which includes a guided nature walk led by the resident botanist. Among the 1 000 plant-, 118 bird-, 29...

Company’s Garden reclaims a piece of its history

The return of the first apple tree planted in the iconic Company’s Garden in the late 1650s is a remarkable story, made possible through...

Excitement builds for Agritech Africa 2020

The first International Agricultural Technology Exhibition and Conference, Agritech Africa 2020, will take place in Cape Town, South Africa. The exhibition will be held...

Keep an eye out for wildlife after Cape fires

The Cape of Good Hope SPCA Wildlife Team is currently on post-fire Recovery and Rescue. Team members have been on standby for the last...