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News archive - March-2013

Gehoor op konferensie - AgriSEB

‘groot produksiekoste staar die bees­vleis­be­dryf in die gesig. Die bedryf kan egter afvalprodukte, soos beesmis, gebruik om biogas mee op te wek as teenvoeter vir die stygende prys van elektrisiteit.’ – Mnr. Otto Ager, hoof- uitvoerende beampte van die onderneming Iskhus Power in Suid-Afrika, wat in doeltreffende energieverbruik spesialiseer.

‘Dit kan nog lank duur voordat Suid-Afrika weer by die internasionale diere­ge­sondheidsorganisasie (OIE) aansoek kan doen om sy status as vry van bek-en-klouseer te herwin.’ – Dr. Gavin Thompson, ’n veterinêre raadgewer.

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Big plans to expand exports

In an efforts to boost exports and bolster job creation the Department of the trade and Industry's(DTI) Trade and Investment South Africa divisions has launced a programme to develop a pool of "export ready" businesses. To download this article, click here.

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AFGRI AND SENWES RETAIL BUSINESSES MERGER APPROVED

BY COMPETITION AUTHORITIES

11 April 2013 – AFGRI and Senwes are pleased to announce that the Competition Tribunal

has approved the merger of the two agricultural services companies’ agri-retail businesses

and Partrite, the AFGRI wholesale subsidiary, subject to certain conditions. These conditions

relate to the flow of information and undertakings regarding employment. To download this article, click here.

Farmers need to rethink their business - Purchase

South African farmers will have to face the reality of reduced profitiability, or risk going out of business.Speaking at the recent Undercover Farming Expo in Pretoria,Dr John Purchase ,CEO of Agbiz, representative chamber of agribusinesses in South Africa. To download this article, click here.

Will tides of change affect agri-investment?

Confidence levels in the agricultural business sector increased in the fourth quater of 2012, and has been on an overall upward trend since hitting an all-time low in 2009. To download this article, click here.

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