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News archive - July-2010

Feedback on NEDLAC's Trade and Industry chamber Strategic Session

The ABC participated in NEDLAC’s Trade and Industry Chamber (TIC) strategic session and was

represented by Dr. John Purchase and Mr Herbital Maluleke. The meeting was opened by the

Executive Director of NEDLAC, Mr. Herbert Mkhize who introduced the Chairperson of the session,

Minister Rob Davies of the Department of Trade and Industry and all delegates of the various

constituencies.

Minister Rob Davies welcomed the delegates. He reminded delegates about the challenges facing the

South Africa industries and dealt, among other issues, with:

12.08.2011 / Media Releases

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Not ‘either/or’ between small and large farming, both needed

It is not a case of South Africa needing to support either small- or large-scale farming, but that both are important for the country’s development, says business organisation Agricultural Business Chamber (ABC) CEO Dr John Purchase.

Specifically, large-scale farming will provide food security and sustainable agriculture, while support for the development of small-scale farming will improve household food security, social stability and reduce the drive towards urbanisation.

05.08.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Regering toon wantroue in eie stelsel met appèl – LBK

Die appèl van drie ministers teen die

Mededingingstribunaal se goedkeuring

van die Walmart-Massmart samesmelting

is die slegste ding wat die afgelope vyf

jaar met die Suid-Afrikaanse sakesektor

kon gebeur, sê me. Lindie Stroebel, senior

ekonoom van die Landboubesigheidskamer

(LBK).

Stroebel sê die proses wat die

Amerikaanse winkelreus moes deurloop

voor die tribunal die proses goedgekeur

het, was goed.

05.08.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Africa Lead partners with ABC

AFRICA LEAD is a USAID-funded project focused on building capacity for agricultural

development in a number of African countries* across the continent. AFRICA LEAD is offering

an opportunity for South African companies to participate in their “Agribusiness Leadership

Program”. By matching private sector hosts from more technically advanced economies (like

South Africa) with participants from enterprises that need technical skills upgrades, the

Agribusiness Leadership Program supports skills transfer to facilitate a greater commercial

model of agricultural production and value addition in Africa.

02.08.2011 / Media Releases

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Africa Lead partners with ABC

AFRICA LEAD is a USAID-funded project focused on building capacity for agricultural

development in a number of African countries* across the continent. AFRICA LEAD is offering

an opportunity for South African companies to participate in their “Agribusiness Leadership

Program”. By matching private sector hosts from more technically advanced economies (like

South Africa) with participants from enterprises that need technical skills upgrades, the

Agribusiness Leadership Program supports skills transfer to facilitate a greater commercial

model of agricultural production and value addition in Africa.

02.08.2011 / Media Releases

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