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STEM jobs empower women in agriculture

The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field in South Africa is one of the most critical areas responsible for a thriving...

SA agriculture sector performance in Q2 of 2020

South Africa’s agriculture sector had a solid start to the year with first-quarter gross value-added growing by 27,8% quarter-on-quarter (q/q) on a...

Agriculture outperforms other sectors and boosts economy

The South African economy has faced challenges in recent times with the gross domestic product (GDP) declining by 2% quarter-on-quarter (q/q) in...

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on agricultural employment in South...

A key question that consistently arises amid the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the economy is its effect on employment. We believe there...

Kenya, Netherlands agree to two flights a week amid COVID-19

This article was originally published on Kenyans.co.ke. Click here to read the original article. In a statement released by the...

Impact of COVID-19 on protea sales

This article was originally published on Floral Daily. Click here to read the original article . Protea cynaroides, the...

Organic vegetable production drastically increased

In the past five years, the sale of organic vegetable young plants to professional growers has been booming. “Organic products are becoming more and...

Agricultural employment up marginally in Q4, 2019

The Quarterly Labour Force Survey data for the fourth quarter of 2019 shows that South Africa’s primary agricultural employment increased by 4,2% (or 36...

SA agriculture: Opportunities, challenges and legislation

KPMG’s study of the agricultural sector in South Africa for the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda), Research on the Performance of the Agricultural Sector, includes...

#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...