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Vineyard tips shared at wine industry webinars

The South African wine industry is continuously adapting to challenges – from COVID-19 to drought, climate change and shifting consumer trends. This...

Study shows a green recovery after COVID-19 proves better for climate...

Just as countries begin to ease lockdown restrictions and seek ways to revive their broken economies, a new study suggests a greener...

Climate change treaties do make a difference

Chemicals that deplete Earth’s protective ozone layer have also been triggering changes in Southern Hemisphere atmospheric circulation. Previous studies have linked these circulation trends to...

World Bank Diagnostic Report maps road to economic recovery

The World Bank recently released its diagnostic report on South Africa. The diagnostic report is the culmination of years of research and...

Farmers are not facing the drought alone

Agri SA stands with every farmer, farmworker and farming community that is suffering as a result of the devastating drought in South...

Growing demand for natural honey from happy bees

The demand for certified organic honey is rising rapidly worldwide and supply cannot keep up with demand. In Africa, people reportedly consume...

Diversification driving economic growth in KwaZulu-Natal

The agricultural sector in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa’s second largest province in terms of population, is growing at around 12% per annum, compared...

Conservation consciousness key to a secure climate future

Conservation consciousness and environmental literacy are key to securing an environmental future for all people, says the minister of Environment, Forestry...

#AgriMarkets: SA agriculture trade balance narrowed in Q2, 2019

While having improved from the first quarter of the year, South Africa’s agriculture trade surplus narrowed by 30% in the second quarter...

Restoring soil can help address climate change

This article was originally published on Bizcommunity. Click here to read the original article. It's time to take soil...