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ABSAABSA – At ABSA Agri-Business, we believe in nurturing lasting relationships with our clients to put them on the journey to success. When you partner with ABSA, you are not partnering with just any bank, you are partnering with a bank that is here for you to prosper. You can contact Thomas Harvey the ABSA Agri Provincial Manager on email thomasha@absa.co.za or mobile +27 82 419 6027 for more information.
Click on the links to download the ABSA Agri Trends –
ABSA Agri Trends Livestock and Fibre
ABSA Agri Trends Grains and Veggies

GWKGWK – GWK is a success story that was made possible by the loyal support of our shareholders as well as the passion and dedication of our employees. We look forward to building forth on this achievement and believe that, together, we will achieve even greater success in the future.

Toyota South AfricaToyota South Africa – Toyota South Africa is dedicated and committed to supplying a range of vehicles, parts, accessories and services to meet the requirements of the South African and export markets that it services and ensuring that products are of outstanding quality, value for money and instil pride of ownership.

Standard Bank SAStandard Bank – As a bank for which sustainability is a core strategy across all its divisions, Standard Bank is committed to finding sustainable financial solutions to maintain agricultural production and processing and ensure the agricultural industry’s sustainability.

SARAOSARAO – The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO), a facility of the National Research Foundation, is responsible for managing all radio astronomy initiatives and facilities in South Africa, including the MeerKAT Radio Telescope in the Karoo, and the Geodesy and VLBI activities at the HartRAO facility. SARAO also coordinates the African Very Long Baseline Interferometry Network (AVN) for the eight SKA partner countries in Africa and South Africa’s contribution to the infrastructure and engineering planning for the Square Kilometre Array Radio Telescope. To maximise the return on South Africa’s investment in radio astronomy, SARAO is managing programmes to create capacity in radio astronomy science and engineering research and the technical capability required to support site operations.
Santam - Insurance, Good and ProperSantam – Insurance, Good and Proper – Santam is South Africa’s largest short-term insurer, with a market share of over 22%. Listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), the Santam group provides a diversified range of general insurance products and services in Southern Africa and internationally through a network of over 3 300 intermediaries and direct channels.
The group’s more than 1 million policyholders range from individuals to commercial and specialist business owners and institutions, including 80 of the Top 100 companies listed on the JSE. The group employs over 6,000 employees and was certified as a Top Employer by the Top Employer Institute for the sixth consecutive year in 2022.
NedbankNedbank – Nedbank understands the future of agriculture, the challenges and complexities that hinder its potential and the opportunities it presents. While increasing production costs, climate change and biosecurity threats make it a challenging industry, there are golden opportunities to unearth.

By thinking bigger, our team of experts offers innovative solutions to support your agribusiness towards a growing, sustainable, and inclusive future, whether you’re looking to grow your agribusiness sustainably or for a flexible, resilient financial partner.

At Nedbank AgriBusiness, our regional teams of agriculture specialists are committed to being good with money and doing good with money. We understand the unique nuances of the agricultural sector and each province, and we know that to grow your business, you need a team of agricultural experts who immerse themselves in your industry to become a true partner in your business. Based on this intimate knowledge of your circumstances and aspirations and the drive to grow the sector sustainably, we devise and deliver tailored, relevant solutions to help your agribusiness grow.

Let partnering with Nedbank Agri be your next big move. Email agriculture@nedbank.co.za or visit nedbank.co.za/agriculture to learn more.

OVKOVK – The OVK Group, with its head office in Ladybrand, is a progressive agricultural company in South Africa. The OVK Group continuously aspires to extend and improve its services to all interested parties.

The company is strongly diversified with activities in various agricultural areas and delivers a wide range of products and services to its clients. The basket of products OVK purchases from its producers and supplies to its customers is well diversified (e.g. wool, mohair, livestock, grain, lucerne, agricultural inputs, mechanisation, etc).

These products are produced on extensive dry land, irrigated and extensively grazed parts of our country, and OVK supplies full support in this value chain.

Old MutualOld Mutual – Old Mutual was established in Cape Town in 1845 as South Africa’s first mutual life assurance society. Our purpose is to help our customers thrive by enabling them to achieve their lifetime financial goals, while investing their funds in ways that will create a positive future for them, their families, their communities and broader society. In this way, we significantly contribute to improving the lives of our customers and their communities while ensuring a sustainable future for our business.

We now employ over 30 000 people and operate in 14 countries across two regions: Africa (South Africa, Botswana, eSwatini, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe) and Asia (China).

SAWSAW – We pride ourselves on keeping up with all new technologies concerning rotating machines, which keeps our agricultural customers at the forefront of modern technology and sustainable farming.

Thank you very much for your continued support of our business in repairing and supplying new electric motors, variable speed drives, pumps, gearboxes, fans, and solar and power generation systems.

Agri SA EnterprisesAgri SA Enterprises – Agri South Africa established Agri SA Enterprises as its commercial arm to pioneer the agricultural industry’s future. Agri Enterprises strives to create value for stakeholders in the private & public sectors through initiatives that are driven under our three business units: advisory services, Corporate Finance solutions and Rural Development and Social Investment.

FNBFNB – Agriculture is important to South Africa’s economy, despite its small direct contribution. As a financial service provider to the agricultural industry, through the whole value chain, FNB provide tailor-made financial services which include finance in the form of loans (from overdrafts to long term loans), investments, forex services, insurance and other related financial services.

At FNB Business: Agriculture, we provide you with access to the latest information, trends and studies about the industry while offering innovative solutions.

More information is available on www.fnb.co.za or send an e-mail to agric@fnb.co.za.

Your local relationship manager will also be ready to help.

PannarPANNAR – Pannar Seed is a leading seed supplier in Africa. After more than 60 years in agriculture, their resolve remains unchanged: winning the trust of farmers and establishing a valued place in the communities where they live and work. Pannar Seed strengthens the future of farmers by sustainably increasing productivity and profitability. They work with farmers daily, listening first and then offering highly localised product recommendations, agronomic support and services that see farming operations flourish season after season.

Raisins SARaisins SA – Raisins South Africa NPC (Non-Profit Company) is a company which operates under the name “Raisins South Africa NPC (Raisins SA NPC)”. The Company was incorporated in 1997, previously known as Dried Fruit Technical Services (DFTS). Towards the end of 2018, DFTS was restructured and renamed and is now known as Raisins SA.

The activities of Raisins SA are informed by the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996, as amended). The mandate of Raisins SA is to advance the interest of the local industry in an international competitive environment.

In total, Raisins SA represents approximately 700 growers.

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