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EXCLUSIVE: Jatropha project an inspiring international success

EXCLUSIVE: Jatropha project an inspiring international success

from ANNA NTABANE in Mbombela, Mpumalanga MBOMBELA - BEHIND the thriving essential oils and pharmaceutical sectors in the Mpumalanga Province and neighbouring countries is an ente ...

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‘Land reform to retain dignity of SA blacks’

‘Land reform to retain dignity of SA blacks’

from ANNA NTABANE in Mbombela, Mpumalanga MBOMBELA - LAND reforms will bring dignity to the majority black South Africans, the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Devel ...

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Mpumalanga farm grows in leaps and bounds

Mpumalanga farm grows in leaps and bounds

from ANNA NTABANE in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga NELSPRUIT - WHAT started as a mere community gardening project has grown considerably into one of the province’s major sources of grain, ...

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SA citrus exports bear brunt of strikes, ports issues

SA citrus exports bear brunt of strikes, ports issues

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - LABOUR issues and infrastructural challenges at main trade ports could hamper plans to ensure export-led growth in South Africa’s agricultural secto ...

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COMMODITIES: South Africa keenly following US agro decline

COMMODITIES: South Africa keenly following US agro decline

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - THE agriculture sector in South Africa is keeping an eye on developments in the United States where declines in maize and soybean harvests are p ...

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Lesotho bearing brunt of rising SA maize prices

Lesotho bearing brunt of rising SA maize prices

from TSOANELO MOKHAHLANE in Maseru, Lesotho MASERU – PRICES of the staple maize meal in Lesotho have reached a five-year high as the country grapples with increasing grain prices ...

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Madagascar farmers request aid to produce more food

Madagascar farmers request aid to produce more food

from MARIO RAJOMAZANDRY in Antananarivo, Madagascar ANTANANARIVO – SMALL scale farmers in Madagascar have appealed to government and the private sector to help them diversify from ...

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Land imbalances a ticking South Africa time bomb

Land imbalances a ticking South Africa time bomb

OPINION by SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA Editor-In-Chief JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH Africa’s prolonged land reform programme, if not resolved now, will soon be likened to deadly United States ...

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Zimbabwe approves first cannabis production project

Zimbabwe approves first cannabis production project

from PATRICK CHITONGO in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI - ZIMBABWE has approved the first project for the farming and processing of cannabis, a development that is set to earn the co ...

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Climate change fuelling fatal Nigeria conflicts

Climate change fuelling fatal Nigeria conflicts

from EMEKA OKONKWO in Abuja, Nigeria ABUJA - THE United Kingdom (UK) is concerned at the impact of climate change that is driving deadly violence between farmers and livestock her ...

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