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PMA Post-harvest Technology Workshop
Kameeldrift East, Pretoria, Gauteng




Phone 012 332 0696 or visit www.careerfair.co.za....
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Small-scale Growers: Post-harvest Handling and Value-adding of Fruit and Vegetables
Pretoria, Gauteng




Phone Marianne van der Laarse on 082 388 1000 or visit www.careerfair.co.za....
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Value-adding and Fresh-cut Vegetables
Pretoria, Gauteng




Phone Marianne van der Laarse on 082 388 1000 or visit www.careerfair.co.za....
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Artificial Insemination Registration – Cattle
Elsenburg, Western Cape




Phone Di Rothman on 082 772 1208 or visit www.rltsafrica.com....
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Banana Ripening, Post-harvest Physiology, Handling and Storage
White River, Mpumalanga




Phone Giselle Wessels on 082 441 5479 or 011 474 1348, or email Giselle@pambile.co.za....
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5th Annual Forestry Training Indaba
Piet Retief, Mpumalanga




Phone Pamela Naidoo on 082 739 0948 or email pamzmail@vodamail.co.za....
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Agri-Expo Livestock 2014
Sandringham, Stellenbosch, Western Cape




Phone Lara Manig on 021 975 4440 or email lara@agriexpo.co.za....
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Cape Dairy Experience
Stellenbosch, Western Cape




Visit www.capedairy.co.za....
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Africa Farm Management (AFMA) Congress
Cape Sun Hotel, Cape Town, Western Cape




Phone 082 414 4472, email afma-9@allevents.co.za or visit www.afma-sa.co.za....
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2014 South African Arabian National Championships
Afri-Dome, Parys, Free State




Phone Zadia Schutte on 082 455 8894 or email arabnationals@gmail.com....
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This week's poll
AgriSA's land reform proposal is
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Last week's poll
Do you agree that farm murders have decreased in the last four years?
Yes, with the help of the police. (51.84%)
No, farm murders and violence have increased drastically. (48.16%)
Yes, with the help of the police. (51.84 %) No, farm murders and violence have increased drastically. (48.16 %) Yes, with the help of the police. (51.84 %) No, farm murders and violence have increased drastically. (48.16 %)
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