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The need for the agricultural community to look after their interests through collective action and an own organisation had been identified as early as 1896 at the then Natal Farmers’ Conference (now Kwanalu). - Read More

Daily News

Agri SA Mediaverklaring29/01/2015
Grondplafonne ‘n politieke dagdroom / Land ceilings a political daydream
Repo rate to remain unchanged: Reserve Bank - 29/01/2015
The repo rate is to remain unchanged at 5.75%, Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago said on Thursday.
Month-on-month PPI decreases - 29/01/2015
The producer price index (PPI) for final manufactured goods from November 2014 to December 2014 has decreased by 0.2 percent, Statistics SA said on Thursday.
Tea estates in disrepair despite R200 million in govt support - 29/01/2015
Two tea estates in the Eastern Cape which have received more than R200 million in state funding have become completely unproductive.

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News Letters

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Media Release


Onderwerp Datum -Date Subject
Grondplafonne ‘n politieke dagdroom 29-01-2015 Land ceilings a political daydream
Landelike veiligheid: ‘n Kommerwekkende begin vir 2015 15-01-2015 RURAL SAFETY:  A DISTURBING START TO 2015
Landbou sorg 23-12-2014 Agriculture cares
Dr Theo de Jager, verkose president van die Pan-Afrika-boere se organisasie (PAFO) 09-12-2014 Dr theo de jager, elected president of the pan african farmers’ organisation (PAFO)
Nasionale minimumloon geen towerstaf sê Agri SA 09-12-2014 National minimum wage no magic wand says Agri SA
Veiligheidshulp aan boerderygemeenskappe 05-11-2014 Financial assistance to secure farming communities
Die beste van die bestes 04-11-2014 The best of the best
Vrystaat landbouers kry hulp met plaasveiligheid 25-08-2014 Free state farmers receive assistance with farm safety


• Sancold Conference 5 – 7 Nov 2014:  SA National Committee on Large Dams – Read More >>
• Living Conditions Survey 2014/15 by Stats SA
13 October 2014 till 31 October 2015. The Living Conditions Survey (LCS) by Statistics SA is a key source of information to contribute to understanding the living conditions and poverty situation in South Africa
• SIMA 2015: Paris 22 to 26 February 2015 – Read More >>