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Agribusiness Africa Conference

Agribusiness Africa Conference 2017

Register now for the 2017 Agribusiness Africa Conference to be held at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg, on 4 and 5 July.
AVI Africa 2017

AVI Africa 2017

Avi Africa is the biggest poultry conference and exhibition in Africa and will be held from 20 - 22 June 2017 at Emperors Palace, Gauteng.
Farmer’s Weekly Nampo tour 2017

Farmer’s Weekly Nampo Tour 2017

Farmer`s Weekly invites visitors from countries outside SA’s borders as well as our local producers and agri enthusiasts to participate in this agribusiness tour, which includes attending Nampo and farm...
CGA Citrus Summit

CGA Citrus Summit

The CGA Citrus Summit is a biennial event where growers of the different citrus regions and value chain partners get together.
Award-winning Agritech Expo Zambia returns to Chisamba in April as agri sector continues to move with the times

Award-winning Agritech Expo Zambia returns to Chisamba

Farmers should brace themselves for yet another awe-inspiring agribusiness and agricultural technology and B2B platform, says Coillard Hamusimbi.
DIY farmers' Valentine's Day card

DIY Valentine’s Day card


Red meat industry workshop

The workshop will address the need for the red meat industry to become a world-class competitor…

Agritech Expo Tanzania

Agritech Expo Tanzania is an outdoor expo enabling the event to host unique event features such as live technology demonstrations of agricultural machinery and products, amongst others.

Cattle Feed and Nutrition Course

A two-day course in Krugersdorp, Johannesburg. Contact Di Rothman for more information:  Cell: 082 772 1208 Visit: www.rltsafrica.com

Farmer’s Weekly tour to Zambia 2017

Farmer’s Weekly presents another exciting tour to Zambia, the country regarded as ‘the future bread basket of Africa’.


Follow-up rain urgently needed in western summer grain areas

Follow-up rain urgently needed in western summer grain areas

Grain producers in the western parts of SA’s summer grain production region were in urgent need of rain to start planting for the 2017/2018 production season, according to a Grain...

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