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News archive - April-2015

Agriculture to benefit from boost in railway spending

Rail infrastructure is set to receive a major boost as government mqves ahead with the implementation the National Development Plan (NDP).
- Farmer's Weekly 

03.07.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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SA Hoender moet pad vind na Afrika, midde-ooste

Die Suid-Afrikaanse hoenderbedryf kan dit wat hy plaaslik weens Amerikaanse invoer gaan verloor, wen deur sy uitvoer uit te brei sê mnr. Tinashe Kapuya, bestuurder van internasionale handel en belegging by Agbiz.

03.07.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Groot grondeise kom in toekoms

“Nuwe grondeise kan Suid-Afrika van R129 miljard tot R179 miljard kos,” sê John Purchase, uitvoerende hoof van Agbiz, by die jaarvergadering en inligtingsdag van die Inmaakvrugte-produsentevereniging op Worcester.
- Landbouweekblad 

03.07.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Land reform: time to take the initiative in South Africa

Land reform is currently in the spotlight, and rightly so. The issue is not whether land reform should take place or not, but rather how it should be done to ensure a more equitable and fair pattern of land ownership. This process must not be allowed to put food security at risk. 
- Agri Portal

01.07.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Land reform: time to take the initiative

How will producers and agribusiness be affected if the agriculture sector cannot come up with a plan for land reform? In no way must food security be put at risk, says Agbiz CEO John Purchase.
- Farmer's Weekly

01.07.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Land reform: time to take the initiative

How will producers and agribusiness be affected if the agriculture sector cannot come up with a plan for land reform? In no way must food security be put at risk, says Agbiz CEO John Purchase.
- Farmer's Weekly 

30.06.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Farmers should not feel hopeless

While there was reason for concern about the way government seemed to take "a new idea out of thin air" and run with it as a policy proposal, farmers should not become hopeless about the future. These proposals had to go through many processes before they could be accepted as policy, Dr John Purchase, CEO of AgBiz, told delegates at the recent AGM of the Canning Fruit Producers' Association, held in Worcester.
- Farmer's Weekly 

26.06.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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