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News archive - February-2014

Vervoer: Strenger wet vir oorlaaide vragmotors

In die toekoms sal nie alleen die vragmotoronderneming aanspreeklik wees vir ’n oorlaaide vragmotor nie, maar ook die persoon wat die vrag stuur (“aanbieder”), sowel as die een wat dit ontvang (“aanvaarder”). Dié wysigings in die Padverkeerswet (Wet 29 van 1989) is daarop gemik om skade aan paaie te voorkom en veiligheid te verbeter.

06.03.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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'Voedselsekerheid broos na droogte'

Die eerste weerramp waardeur SA in 22 jaar in die gesig gestaar word, is 'n herinnering aan die broosheid van voedselsekerheid, het Louw Steytler, Graan SA se voorsitter, by Graan SA se kongres gesê.

05.03.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Grondhervorming: Senzeni Zokwana glo ‘nie genooi’

Senzeni Zokwana, landbouminister, het glo nie ’n uitnodiging na die imbizo oor grondhervorming Donderdag ontvang nie.  Belanghebbendes in die landbou was bitter teleurgesteld dat hy en Gugile Nkwinti, minister van landelike ontwikkeling en grondhervorming, nie daar was nie.

28.02.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Agbiz comments on Budget Speech 2015

"The 2015 Budget Speech by Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was actually very predictable under the current volatile economic circumstances," says Lindie Stroebel, Agbiz Manager Agribusiness Intelligence.

27.02.2015 / Media Releases

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Workshop tackles road transport legislation and its impact on the economy

At Agbiz’s Grain Logistics Workshop, which took place outside Johannesburg on 11 February 2015, participants discussed solutions for complying with the amendments to the National Road Traffic Regulations. 

18.02.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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Food security perspective

The term ‘Food Security’ is often bandied about loosely by politicians, bureaucrats, farmers, businessmen, consumers, and even scientists, without many having a proper understanding of the underlying meaning thereof and  the contributing factors thereto.

16.02.2015 / Agbiz in the news

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