There appears to be no immediate solution in sight for the ongoing problem of illegal hunting with dogs in KwaZulu-Natal.
Organic farming has come under fire by one of the world’s leading organic food producing countries. Helena Jonsson, president of the Federation of Swedish Farmers...
The compulsory blending of a minimum of 5% biofuel with mineral diesel and 2% to 10% with bio-ethanol announced in the Government Gazette on 23 August has been hailed as...
The DA-led government in the Western Cape has been accused of putting political pressure on CapeNature to permit certain lethal methods of controlling problem animals on livestock farms in a...
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is due to investigate a third complaint against Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Tina Joemat-Pettersson, this time for allegedly violating the Executive Ethics Code.
If government succeeds in implementing the National Development Plan, over 11 million jobs will be created by 2030. Denene Erasmus looks at the plan’s ramifications for the agriculture sector.
The United Kingdom is showing signs of easing up on their anti-genetically modified (GM) food stance with two supermarkets allowing such food on their shelves.
Organic farming has come under fire by one of the world’s leading organic food producing countries.
Poor maintenance of unpaved roads in the rural North West plays havoc with farmers and other road users. And the problem isn’t only confined to that province, writes Robyn Joubert.
Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nkwinti should reconsider the new land acquisition system under which black farmers are not given title to land.
Practicing vets in South Africa have welcomed the proposals in the Veterinary and Para-Veterinary Professions Amendment Bill, which seeks to amend the Veterinary and Para-Veterinary Professions Act of 1982.
Some 40 000ha of grazing has been destroyed by veld fires in Mpumalanga this August.