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News archive - April-2017

Next month fuel prices could reach the highest level in three years

On 4 October 2017, fuel prices could increase for a third consecutive month and reach the highest level in three years. The prices of diesel and petrol could each increase by 3% from the previous month, partly driven by an uptick in crude oil prices - Wandile Sihlobo, Agbiz economist

19.09.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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Western Cape drought and declining confidence weigh on farmers

Although the agricultural sector emerged as an anchor of South Africa’s economy in the second quarter of this year growing by 33.6% quarter-on-quarter, a closer observation shows that things are not all rosy - Wandile Sihlobo, Agbiz economist

14.09.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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Agbiz appoints new head of trade and investment intelligence

Sifiso Ntombela has been appointed head of trade and investment intelligence at Agbiz as of 1 September 2017.  “In Sifiso we have found a well-qualified, experienced and self-driven person that can contribute considerably to the value proposition Agbiz offers its members,” said Agbiz CEO, Dr John Purchase. 

08.09.2017 / Media Releases

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Agbiz appoints new head of trade and investment intelligence

Sifiso Ntombela has been appointed head of trade and investment intelligence at Agbiz as of 1 September 2017.

07.09.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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Good performance in SA tractor sales ahead of the planting season

The sustained good performance in the domestic currency over the past few months, coupled with a large domestic grain and oilseed harvest boosted tractor sales in August 2017 - Wandile Sihlobo, Agbiz Economist

07.09.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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Raw water charges proposed for 2018/2019 Financial Year

The Department of Water and Sanitation recently held a national consultation on the proposed raw water charges for the 2018/2019 financial year - Theo Boshoff, Agbiz Head: Legal Intelligence

07.09.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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BRICS a growing market for SA agricultural exports

BRICS vision to deepen cooperation and trade for common development was this year boosted by the extension of the invitation to five non-members, which are Tajikistan, Mexico, Thailand, Egypt and KenyaSifiso Ntombela, Agbiz head international trade and investment intelligence

07.09.2017 / Media Releases

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BRICS a growing market for SA agricultural exports

BRICS vision to deepen cooperation and trade for common development was this year boosted by the extension of the invitation to five non-members, which are Tajikistan, Mexico, Thailand, Egypt and Kenya - Sifiso Ntombela, Agbiz head international trade and investment intelligence

07.09.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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