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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...

SA wool market resilient despite China’s suspension

Despite China's decision to suspend wool imports from South Africa in February following the outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in January, the South...

SA government signs an MoU with Namibia on fisheries

Minister Senzeni Zokwana, on behalf of the South African government, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with his Namibian counterpart, Minister Bernard Essau....

A compendium of essays on land reform

Land reform is necessary in South Africa, but that is about the only issue regarding land reform on which there is consensus. When we start...

SA, Namibia share notes on land reform

South Africa and neighbouring Namibia met on Monday (22 October 2018) to share notes, best practice and common interest in rural development and land...

 SA passion fruit outselling the competition

South African passion fruits are outselling their Columbian counterparts - the local market's main competition - in Europe, says Garrick Mullin, director at Pico...

SA bird population in trouble

An alarming new assessment of South Africa's birds has surfaced and shows waning water birds, declining raptors, seabirds under pressure and large terrestrial birds...

Tesco scoops SA stone fruit retailer award

British retailer, Tesco gained its third gong from South African stone fruit organisation Hortgro following a record season in peaches and nectarines as well...