Members of parliament have found Onderstepoort Biological Products’ response to claims that some of its vaccines have failed somewhat unconvincing. Denene Erasmus reports.
Proposed mining by Sylvania Resources in the Nyl River flood plain has landowners up in arms over the possible destruction of the sensitive ecosystem.
Ongoing efforts by national electricity provider, Eskom, to minimise the risk of wildlife electrocutions around the country have been welcomed by conservationists.
An outbreak of Johne’s disease has been confirmed on a farm in the Barkly East district in the Eastern Cape, and the farm was placed under quarantine in April.
May’s pump price increase of 28c/l for petrol and 8,4c/l for diesel will escalate the agriculture industry’s fuel bill by R84 million a year.
Single-pen crocodile farming has come under fire after Coen Labuschagne, owner of Metcroc Boerdery in northern KwaZulu-Natal, was charged with animal cruelty by the National Council of Societies for the...
Farmers and land owners are warned to prepare for the 2012 veld fire season.
South Africa’s wildlife ranching and hunting sectors are pleased that government has acknowledged their contributions to job creation and economic development.
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) has set aside over R2.8 billion for disaster management in the next year.
Zulu King Zwelithini KaBhekuzulu’s proposal for the establishing of a development bank offering loans to farmers and other entrepreneurs on communal Ingonyama Trust lands in KwaZulu-Natal has been welcomed by...
Butchers from around the country were praised for their standards of excellence at the Cleaver awards.
AfriForum in Mookgopong, Limpopo has turned to the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) to intervene after it failed to get the local municipality to address recurring power outages...