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News archive - April-2011

LBK ook teen nasionalisering

Die Landboubesigheidskamer het in sy elektroniese nuusbrief gesê hoewel hy met kommer kennis geneem het van uitlatings oor die nasionalisering van plase, banke en myne, dit belangrik is om te beklemtoon dat 'n opemark-ekonomie steeds die amptelike beleid van die regering van die dag is. Die regerende party het dit die afgelope week weer bevestig.

27.06.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Regering steun steeds vrye mark

Die nasionalisering van plase is nié die amptelike standpunt van die Suid-Afrikaanse Regering nie en mnr. Julius Malema se uitsprake moet binne dié konteks gesien word.

Die Landboubesigheidskamer (LBK) het dié punt oorgedra in sy weeklikse nuusbrief.

Skokgolwe

Malema het tydens die ANC-jeugliga se onlangse kongres aangedring dat plase, banke en myne genasionaliseer moet word. Dié kommentaar het skokgolwe deur die sakewêreld gestuur.

23.06.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Kredietwet kan landbou knou

Die herfinasiering van  ‘n een-mansaak(soo  ‘n boerdery) wat  ‘n  rampspoedige jaar beleef het, is onwetting ingevolge die Nasionale Kredietwet(Wet 34 van 2005).Dit kom neer op roeke-lose lenery.

13.06.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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ABC hosts high level US delegation

The Agricultural Business Chamber (ABC) was pleased to host a high-level delegation from

the United States (US) on 7 June 2011. The US delegation was led by Mr Jose Fernandez,

Assistant Secretary of State, Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs; US Department of State;

and consisted of Mr Jack Bobo, Foreign Affairs Officer; Mr Ross Kreamer, Minister-Counselor

of US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Foreign Agricultural Services (FAS), and a number of

other US Officials from the US Embassy in Pretoria. The ABC was represented by Mr Schalk

Pienaar, Chairman of the ABC and MD of Suidwes Landbou, Ms Elaine Alexander, CEO of

South African Table Grape Industry (SATGI), Mr Ronald Ramabulana, CEO of the National

Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC), Mr William Malan, Deputy Head of Absa

Agribusiness (all ABC Board members), and Prof Vaughan Hattingh of Citrus Research

International, together with ABC officials.

07.06.2011 / Media Releases

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Farmers don't bank on Land Bank

Cape Town  - Commercial banks currently contribute 75% towards agricultural financing in South Africa,  while the Land Bank’s 30% share in 2000 has fallen to 8%.

These figures on agricultural financing came to light in a debate on the subject initiated by the Agricultural Business Chamber (ABC).

The debate follows Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s request for a further urgent look into agricultural financing, and especially development finance.

06.06.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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Ontluikende boere se behoeftes onbekend

Landboufinansiers verstaan nie die behoeftes van klein-en op-komende boere genoeng nie,sê dr.Tobias Doyer,hoofbestuur-der van Santam Landbou.

29.05.2011 / Agbiz in the news

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ABC Centenary Bursary funding student for further studies in the field of agribusiness

The Agricultural Business Chamber (ABC) has strengthened its existing links with South African

Universities through the introduction of the Centenary Bursary for a student registered for a

Masters or PhD degree in either agricultural economics or agribusiness management at any

recognised SA university.

The Centenary Bursary has been launched in honour of those ABC members who recently

celebrated their Centenary, i.e. NWK, Suidwes Landbou, Senwes and NTK. The bursary is

intended to inspire students to contribute towards a positive agribusiness sector in South Africa,

through the knowledge gained by their studies.

27.05.2011 / Media Releases

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