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  • Solar orchard addresses SA fruit bowl’s power woes

    Solar orchard addresses SA fruit bowl’s power woes

    by DION HENRICK CAPE TOWN - THE installation of a solar plant by an innovative farmer could herald the end of electricity shortages in South Africa’s fruit bowl, as the Ceres ...

  • Industry mourns agro expert Karaan

    Industry mourns agro expert Karaan

    by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – THE farming sector is mourning the demise of land reform and agricultural policy expert, Prof. Mohammad Karaan, who has passed on because of the coron ...

  • Food insecurity at its worst in SADC region

    Food insecurity at its worst in SADC region

    from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, AngolaLUANDA - MORE people than ever in the last 15 years are food insecure in Southern Africa. The number has risen to 51,3 million, according to find ...

  • Resurgent pandemic shuts annual Joburg festival

    Resurgent pandemic shuts annual Joburg festival

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – THE sold-out Johannesburg Festival of Lights has been called off in response to South Africa tightening lockdown regulations amid resurgence of the ...

Solar orchard addresses SA fruit bowl’s power woes

Solar orchard addresses SA fruit bowl’s power woes

by DION HENRICK CAPE TOWN - THE installation of a solar plant by an innovative farmer could herald the end of electricity shortages in South Africa’s fruit bowl, as the Ceres ...

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Industry mourns agro expert Karaan

Industry mourns agro expert Karaan

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – THE farming sector is mourning the demise of land reform and agricultural policy expert, Prof. Mohammad Karaan, who has passed on because of the coro ...

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Food insecurity at its worst in SADC region

Food insecurity at its worst in SADC region

from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, AngolaLUANDA - MORE people than ever in the last 15 years are food insecure in Southern Africa. The number has risen to 51,3 million, according to fin ...

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Resurgent pandemic shuts annual Joburg festival

Resurgent pandemic shuts annual Joburg festival

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – THE sold-out Johannesburg Festival of Lights has been called off in response to South Africa tightening lockdown regulations amid resurgence of th ...

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FNB advises against reckless festive season sprees

FNB advises against reckless festive season sprees

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH African consumers must exercise caution and manage money effectively over the festive period lest mismanagement of finances l ...

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Giant tank to boost SA poultry production

Giant tank to boost SA poultry production

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – THE completion of what is believed to be the biggest water tank in the continent is set to provide one of South Africa’s largest poult ...

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Avon Justine brings cheer to Mandela Children’s Hospital

Avon Justine brings cheer to Mandela Children’s Hospital

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG – CHRISTMAS has come early for patients at the iconic Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital (NMCH). Avon Justine Managing Director for ...

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Restaurant sector opposes further Western Cape lockdown

Restaurant sector opposes further Western Cape lockdown

by DION HENRICK CAPE TOWN - THE Restaurant Association of South Africa (RASA) is against the imposition of a further lockdown to curb the resurgence of the coronavirus (COVID ...

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Return of Zimbabweans excites South Africa SMEs

Return of Zimbabweans excites South Africa SMEs

by AKANI CHAUKE MUSINA - SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs), hailed as the cornerstone of the South African economy, are set to thrive following the reopening ...

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FNB, Shoprite expand partnership on bank cards

FNB, Shoprite expand partnership on bank cards

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – FIRST National Bank (FNB) clients withdrew over R5 billion (US$309 million) via Shoprite and Checkers stores over the past financial year. The finan ...

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