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  • Child hunger stalks SA on World Food Day

    Child hunger stalks SA on World Food Day

    by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG - IN the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) exacerbating economic turmoil, it is imperative more than ever to eradicate child hunger in South Africa. Th ...

  • Farming offers hope to troubled SA economy

    Farming offers hope to troubled SA economy

    by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG - THE resurgent agricultural sector is providing solace to South Africa's depressed economy. October is a busy period in the sector locally, as plan ...

  • Agriculture defies COVID-19 challenges

    Agriculture defies COVID-19 challenges

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa’s agricultural sector has maintained resilience to the ongoing coronavirus- related challenges across the globe. Agriculture was able ...

  • Farming earmarked to save SA from unrest

    Farming earmarked to save SA from unrest

    by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – AGRICULTURE businesses have an important role in rebuilding South Africa after recent unrest. This is according to an economist as the dust settles on ...

Child hunger stalks SA on World Food Day

Child hunger stalks SA on World Food Day

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG - IN the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) exacerbating economic turmoil, it is imperative more than ever to eradicate child hunger in South Africa. T ...

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Farming offers hope to troubled SA economy

Farming offers hope to troubled SA economy

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG - THE resurgent agricultural sector is providing solace to South Africa's depressed economy. October is a busy period in the sector locally, as pla ...

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Agriculture defies COVID-19 challenges

Agriculture defies COVID-19 challenges

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa’s agricultural sector has maintained resilience to the ongoing coronavirus- related challenges across the globe. Agriculture was able ...

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Farming earmarked to save SA from unrest

Farming earmarked to save SA from unrest

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – AGRICULTURE businesses have an important role in rebuilding South Africa after recent unrest. This is according to an economist as the dust settles o ...

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Restaurant body lauds lifting of beer ban

Restaurant body lauds lifting of beer ban

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - THE Restaurant Association of South Africa (RASA) has welcomed the lifting of the liquor ban as the country eased res ...

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South Africa eases to Level 3 lockdown

South Africa eases to Level 3 lockdown

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa has moved to Level 3 of the coronavirus lockdown as infections ease from the peak of the third wave. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced ...

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Meat traders hit hard by KZN chaos

Meat traders hit hard by KZN chaos

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – MEAT importers have appealed to the South African government to fast-track imports through the Durban port following last week’s unrest in the ...

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South Africa’s ticking time bombs explode

South Africa’s ticking time bombs explode

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – DEPENDING on which side of the fence you sit on, the fatal violence gripping South Africa is the factionalism of Africa’s oldest liberation moveme ...

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Citrus leader beats power squeeze through solar energy

Citrus leader beats power squeeze through solar energy

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - THE establishment of a solar plant by one of South Africa’s largest citrus farms, Joubert en Seuns, two years ago is ...

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Self-destructive South Africa its worst economic enemy

Self-destructive South Africa its worst economic enemy

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – FOR a country on a desperate crusade to attract investment to resuscitate its ailing economy, South Africa has through the d ...

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