Malnutrition has been a challenge in South Africa for a very long time, with a particular impact on children under 5 years of age. This is reflected in the recently released 2020 South African [...]
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These blogs contain agricultural related information and written by our editor Craig Macaskill as well as guest columnists from time to time.
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Aside from the comforting prospect that government is held to account in closed sessions where it must answer for budget spend and progress, the Parliamentary Monitoring Group's meetings are a [...]
In a South African first, RSA Group, the country’s leading fresh produce sales agency, has expanded its food security accreditation at the Tshwane market to cover all its floors and product lines.
Motsepe Foundation’s sustainable agriculture, land development and reform philanthropic projects and partnerships
The Motsepe Foundation is continuing with its sustainable agriculture, land development and reform philanthropic projects and partnerships with kings, queens, traditional leaders and their [...]
The Department of Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) has recently released the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures for the final quarter of 2020, which offered a sobering overview of the year.
Plans are in place that could see South Africa becoming a significant player in the farming and export of saffron. For the South African economy, this offers an invaluable source of foreign [...]
A suite of camera traps supplied to WWF Conservation Champion farms in the Cape Winelands are revealing some surprise visitors – from leopards to aardwolf – and helping conservation-minded [...]