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Kwanalu to restore rural stability and rebuild value chains

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes Food donations to the value of R5 million have been moved into...

Extension of the commenting period on the Meat Safety Act

The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) gazetted a document for public consultation on 28 February this year, which seeks to...

An overview of rural crime and prevention devices

Theoretically only three elements are needed for a crime to be committed: a motivated offender, the absence of a supervisor and an appropriate target...

Cele’s firearm proposals to exclude self-defence are irrational

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes The Minister of Police’s draft proposals for amending the Firearms Control Act,...

FSA calls for more police task forces in the Free State

The police task force that was formed after the murder of Brendin Horner in the Bethlehem Control Room’s service area meets regularly....

Court action against animals in residential areas

Agri Eastern Cape and the Komga Farmers Association successfully obtained a court order against the Great Kei Municipality to enforce bylaws with...

Safe transport for agri workers under the spotlight

Minister Ivan Meyer has welcomed the news that the Western Cape Provincial Parliament's standing committee on agriculture, environmental affairs, and developmental planning...

Even more farm attacks and murders in Free State in 2020

Free State Agriculture (FSA) has analysed the number of farm attacks and murders for 2020 and will publish a full report in...

Nation in Conversation: Unpacking the agricultural industry

Four years ago, the Nation in Conversation agri talk show series was launched at Nampo Harvest Day as a Senwes initiative. Since...

ZZ2: ‘Strive for exemplary performance in agriculture’

There is a future in agriculture in South Africa, despite various constitutional problems and challenges. This was the primary conclusion of Tommie...