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  • SA’s agro-economy defies pandemic surge

    SA’s agro-economy defies pandemic surge

    by DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - THE sentiment could be downbeat because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) spike but South Africa’s agricultural economy is projected to perform ...

  • Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

    Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

    by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBJILPARK - DURING its heyday, not so long ago, Tapimanzi Adventures was synonymous with loud, fun-filled activities and a favourite with clientele ...

  • SAB forced to dispose 140 million liters of beer

    SAB forced to dispose 140 million liters of beer

    by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBIJLPARK - SOUTH African Breweries (SAB) is said to have taken a knock during the Covid - 19 (Coronavirus) lockdown under the Disaster Regulation ...

  • Butcheries bust for selling expired meat

    Butcheries bust for selling expired meat

    by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBIJLPARK, - AUTHORITIES have shut down two butcheries in Evaton and Orange Farm for allegedly selling expired meat and products. Both belong to Ro ...

SA’s agro-economy defies pandemic surge

SA’s agro-economy defies pandemic surge

by DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - THE sentiment could be downbeat because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) spike but South Africa’s agricultural economy is projected to perfor ...

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Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBJILPARK - DURING its heyday, not so long ago, Tapimanzi Adventures was synonymous with loud, fun-filled activities and a favourite with clientel ...

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SAB forced to dispose 140 million liters of beer

SAB forced to dispose 140 million liters of beer

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBIJLPARK - SOUTH African Breweries (SAB) is said to have taken a knock during the Covid - 19 (Coronavirus) lockdown under the Disaster Regulation ...

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Butcheries bust for selling expired meat

Butcheries bust for selling expired meat

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBIJLPARK, - AUTHORITIES have shut down two butcheries in Evaton and Orange Farm for allegedly selling expired meat and products. Both belong to R ...

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Mboweni censured for restaurant employment stance

Mboweni censured for restaurant employment stance

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – THE recent statement attributed to South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni advocating for the catering industry to be a preserve for locals ...

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Zimbabweans stranded in Cape receive food donations

Zimbabweans stranded in Cape receive food donations

from DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - ZIMBABWEAN-run companies based in Cape Town, South Africa have donated food to over 200 families affected by the lockdown curb the coron ...

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Relaxed SA lockdown a boost to agriculture

Relaxed SA lockdown a boost to agriculture

by MTHULISI SIBANDA  JOHANNESBURG –THE relaxation of the current South African lockdown is widely viewed as positive news for the agricultural industry, especially the sub-sectors ...

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Lockdown exposes rampant alcoholism in SA society

Lockdown exposes rampant alcoholism in SA society

by MTHULISI SIBANDA  JOHANNESBURG – BY imposing a lockdown against the spread of the invisible enemy, as coronavirus (COVID-19) is also known, South Africa is essentially killing ...

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Non-compliant Mpumalanga farms to be raided

Non-compliant Mpumalanga farms to be raided

from ANNA NATABANE in Mbombela, Mpumalanga Mpumalanga Bureau MBOMBELA – THE Mpumalanga Provincial Government has threatened to raid local farms to root out plantations that are in ...

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Farm workers shielded from coronavirus

Farm workers shielded from coronavirus

by ANNA NTABANE MBOMBELA  - RECENTLY announcing government’s implementation of a three-week lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in South Africa, President Cy ...

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