The KwaZulu-Natal Agricultural Union has blamed provincial land departments’ lack of decisive action and clear communication on land issues as a significant reason for increasing land dispute-related clashes in the...
A transaction where a 36 hectare KwaZulu-Natal farm was sold for R100 was merely a legal formality to expedite development on a 5 ha section of the originally 41 ha...
South Africa’s wheat farmers produced an exceptional 3,32 tons/ha average yield for the 2011 season.
South Africa’s agricultural machinery marketers remain cautiously optimistic that currently buoyant sales will continue throughout the rest of 2012.
The South African Crocodile Farmers’ Association (SACFA) has temporarily withdrawn its support for single-pen crocodile farming following public outcry that has dubbed the practice as cruel.
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) has put the blame for the high vacancy rates in the department primarily on slow verification of documents and security checks.
AfriForum Youth is considering legal action against the Potchefstroom Agricultural College (known as the Pampoenboere) after the failure of ongoing efforts to get the college to address its dilapidated infrastructure.
Farmers and landowners in central South Africa have been asked to be vigilant with the advent of the annual veld fire season.
The Private Rhino Owners’ Association (PROA) is pleading with government to fast-track an application to have the moratorium on the legal trade in rhino horns from South Africa lifted.
An international research team has used DNA sequencing technology to trace the devastating kiwi fruit pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (PSA) back to its likely place of origin – China.
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) has set aside over R2,8 billion for disaster management in the next year.
The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) is making progress in the war on dumping of chicken leg quarters with the import duty for the US increasing to R9,40/kg.