Rural insight

SA Prestige Invitational Pigeon Race update

Pigeons are in training for the final of the 6th annual SA Prestige Invitational Pigeon Race (S...

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John Kepe: Boschberg’s infamous stock thief

The Eastern Cape town of Somerset East lies at the foot of the imposing and rugged Boschberg Mo...

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Unleashing canine power in the war against poachers

Rangers fighting against rhino poachers in South Africa have been issued with a powerful new we...

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200 years of tenacity on the ‘Absolute Border’

The Jefferies family farm on land near Kei Mouth that was settled by their ancestors in the ear...

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Still tilling the soil after six generations

Much of South African agriculture is founded on the blood, sweat and tears of generations of fa...

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Farming in Zambia: In it for the long haul

Sable Farms, in central Zambia, has belonged to the same family for 42 years. Over the decades,...

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A beautiful obsession with butterflies & beetles

Ernest Pringle, Eastern Cape farmer and chairperson of Agri SA’s Agricultural Development Com...

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Sharing his skills with others

Mpumalanga farmer Johannes Simelane is thankful for the agricultural expertise his late employe...

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Agribusinesses compete to support school

Eben Dönges primary school in Bothaville in the Free State has enlisted the support of the pri...

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Stock theft in the Free State

Research conducted by Willem Lombard and Hermias van Niekerk at the University of the Free Stat...

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Berg River: a goal clearly in sight

Some of the Western Cape’s most important agricultural production regions are threatened by t...

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The colour blindness of apartheid land expropriation

In the mid-1800s, Cornelius Cock settled on land north of the Fish River in the Eastern Cape. T...

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SA celebrates first National Rooibos day

Clanwilliam, referred to by some locals as the ‘Rooibos Capital of the World’, will host Sou...