Land reform: government calls for partnerships with farmers Dealing with powdery mildew Land Bank: back on track ‘We earn much more from sugarcane’ Romac rolls with the times An holistic triumph over convention Keeping our Ouma (rusks) in Molteno Adding space (& character) The passion of bassin’ Beans mean business
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A traceability system needed for red meat exports
The demand for high-quality naturally-produced beef was on the increase globally and the implementation of a traceability system would enable local red meat producers to gain from the expanding markets, according to Prof Frikkie Neser, animal scientist at the University of the Free State.
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SA’s economy: ‘Let’s capitalise on our strengths’
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