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DAFF confirms anthrax outbreak

The veterinary authority of Lesotho has reported three anthrax outbreaks to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). The first outbreak was...

SA citrus exports are on the blocks

The South African citrus season is just around the corner and Summer Citrus from South Africa is preparing for the first...

Records fly at mohair sale

The mohair sale of 16 April in Port Elizabeth had the biggest turnover, in excess of R46 million, at a single broker. OVK’s manager...

Implications of Brexit for SA wine exports

While uncertainty looms around Britain’s possible exit (Brexit) from the European Union (EU), Vinpro and Salba’s Winebiz stakeholder manager Michael Mokhoro looks at the...

Challenges and triumphs in SA’s citrus industry

Justin Chadwick, CEO of the Citrus Growers’ Association of Southern Africa, spoke about the challenges and triumphs of SA’s citrus industry at the recent...

Kenya eyes China for avocado exports

Avocados from Kenya might soon land in China, thanks to a ministry of agriculture initiative. Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service managing director Esther Kimani...

Overview of the global orange market

The European orange market is mainly dominated by the massive Spanish production. Prices are low, the demand is limited and there is a lot...

SA an important player in global fresh fruit market

South Africa (SA) is an important player in the global fresh fruit market. In the past year, the country exported approximately 3.6 million tons...

Egypt’s orange exports on the rise

This year, Egypt may overtake Spain as one of the biggest orange exporters, as was announced in late 2018. The prediction that Egypt will...

Rooibos booms in Japan

Rooibos is becoming a big deal in Japan, one of the largest tea-drinking nations in the world, as exports of South Africa’s indigenous tea...