Register now for the 'The Water-Food-Energy Nexus' webinar, where a panel of experts help us make sense of the WEF nexus approach to addressing some of the most pressing issues confronting our country today.
All stakeholders in the grain and oilseed sector are invited to join the annual Agbiz Grain Symposium, which will be held virtually from 21 to 23 September.
Register now for the Agricultural Drones and Robots Conference, from 29-30 September 2021 at Southern Sun, Rosebank.
You are cordially invited to join Farmer’s Weekly, in partnership with the Botswana Investment Trade Centre (BITC), and the Ministry of Agriculture Development and Food Security of the Republic of Botswana, for a webinar focusing on investment opportunities in the dairy sector in Botswana, scheduled for 23 September 2021 to commence at 10h00 (GMT).
With the prevailing challenges in traditional electricity generation and supply in SA, how can green energy in agriculture play a role in resolving this?
The Israel Trade Office in partnership with the Israel Export Institute and Farmer's Weekly invites you to join and learn from renowned poultry tech companies from Israel.
Farmers’ organisations have expressed their concern that the 16% increase in the minimum wage for farmworkers, which will come into effect from 1 March 2021 and see the minimum wage of farmworkers increase to R21,69/hour, will result in job losses in the sector.
The Cannabis Vexpo is a first of its kind in Africa, and brings together business people and stakeholders in the cannabis industry.
Millions of people are going hungry in South Africa each day. Who is to blame?
Le Roc Brangus will be hosting its 10th production sale on 21 October, while Le Roc Dormers will be hosting its first production sale on 22 October. Both sales will be held on the farm Eastry in Tweespruit.
Wandile Sihlobo, one of South Africa’s foremost agri economists, is perfectly placed to provide a balanced, accessible view of agriculture in South Africa. He spent his school holidays in the rural Eastern Cape, studied agricultural economics at university, has worked in private-sector agriculture, where he consulted widely with farmers, and has been a policy adviser to government.
Entering its 18th year, Africa’s Big 7 is the continent’s largest annual meeting place for the food and drink industry, where buyers and distributors from 67 countries come to source products from farm to fork including ingredients, specialty and finished products together with processing, packaging and logistics solutions.