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News archive - April-2011

Food prices: Slim pickings

Food prices worldwide have been rocketing. SA, though shielded to

some extent, is now heading the global route. Shannon Sherry looks

at what is driving prices and who benefits along the value chain.

06.05.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Staat besef dalk nou eers wat landbou hehels

Dit is duidelik in die landboubegroting dat sterker vennootskappe tussen die staat en die private sektor sal verseker dat die landbou tot sy reg kan kom.

06.05.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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'Staat sloer te lank met uitbetalings'

Die Regering slover met die be-skikbaarstelling van geld vir landboufinansiering.

06.05.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Rolspelers wil finansiering saam takel

Verteenwoordigers van die private sektor en die Regering gaan saam planne beraam om struikelblokke in ontwikkelingsfinansiering sinvolt te oorkom.

29.04.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Koöperasies: Staat wil meer inmeng

en van die voorgestelde everanderinge aan die kooperasiewet(nr.14 van 2005) kan tot onnodige staatsinmenging by kooperasies lei.

29.04.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Kyk net hoe word landbou benadeel

Toenemende kommer oor die die staat se vermoe om goeie diens te lewer en om die landbou se mededingendheid te verseker, noodsaak dringende gesprekke.

22.04.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Government spending knocks wind out of South Africa’s sails

Farmers are bracing themselves for the effect of Eskoms's tariff hike on 1 April , while the price of petrol increased by 54l to almost R10l on 7 April and diesel by 70l.Administered prices or prices determined by goverment remain a driving force behind inflation.

15.04.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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