Agri SA congratulates female award winners
“Agri SA obviously welcomes all success stories in the agricultural sector but takes special pride in female farmers when they perform well in this sector of the economy which is demanding during the best of times, says Johannes Möller, President of Agri SA.
GDP increases by 0.6% in 2nd quarter
South Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at market prices increased by 0.6% in the second quarter of 2014, Statistics South Africa, said on Tuesday.
Intense cold front expected to move across the country
After some milder weather conditions over the eastern parts of the country over the past few weeks, the country needs to brace itself for intense cold fronts moving in from tomorrow, 26 August 2014, reaching the north-eastern provinces by Friday 29 August 2014. The systems will bring with them cold to very cold conditions as well as an extremely high fire danger rating in places.
Absa AGRI TRENDS
Cost squeeze to lead farmers to invest in new technologies.It is the norm for input costs to increase faster than the prices of agriculture outputs, and this put farmers in a cost squeezed position. It makes it difficult for producers, especially smaller producers, to compete and be profitable.
‘Grondvergrype in Namibië nie geduld’
‘n Wit kind het net soveel reg op grond soos ‘n swart kind, want dis onbillik om vir voorouers se sondes te moet boet, sê die Namibiese eerste minister.
FSA takes new farmer mentorship to a new level
Free State Agriculture (FSA) has decided to facilitate the establishment of an organisation to support mentors and mentorship programmes in the province. 
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