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South Africa set to harvest the biggest soybean crop on record

Despite revising the country’s soybean production forecast to 1.23 million tonnes in May, the Crop Estimate Committee has again winched up its forecast to 1.34 million tonnes – making this season’s crop the largest on record - Wandile Sihlobo, Agbiz Economist

28.06.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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More of the same - SA’s wheat import tariff review outcome

The outcome of the review of the dollar-based reference price and variable tariff formula for wheat was released this morning.  The review was initiated by the government in April 2016 due to concerns about the impact... - Wandile Sihlobo

23.06.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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Intro to Agbiz/Tiger Brands session for Vision 2030 Summit

It is indeed a rare opportunity in the history of South Africa, given its fractious past and legacy of conflicts, that a vision is developed that finds significant favour and support with the majority of people across its immense diversity. This vision is captured in... -  John Purchase, Agbiz CEO

22.06.2017 / Agbiz in the news

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A 5% cut in fuel price on the cards in July 2017

Fuel price is set to decline for a second consecutive month on 05 July 2017. This time around, we expect a significant cut of 5% from the previous month for both diesel and petrol price - Wandile Sihlobo, Agbiz economist

19.06.2017 / News

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Agbiz/IDC Agribusiness Confidence Index marginally declines in Q2, 2017

The Agbiz/IDC Agribusiness Confidence Index declined, albeit marginally, by one Index point to 56 points in the second quarter of this year. Despite the slight decline in confidence, the sector remains in expansionary territory - Wandile Sihlobo, Agbiz economist

12.06.2017 / Media Releases

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