Structure

Agri SA’s highest authority is vested in its Congress. According to its Constitution, a member-representative congress must be hosted annually which also deals with the election of leaders. Congress resolutions serve as guidance for determining Agri SA’s work programme and priorities for the upcoming year.

The General Council is constituted on a representative basis of member organisations and serves as the highest authority of the organisation when Congress is not in session. The Council determines the policy according to which policy committees function and provides the necessary mandates to implement such policy

This committee is subordinate to the General Council and the Executive Committee and is responsible for review of the financial and corporate management of Agri SA. It also has such powers and perform such duties as the General Council or the Executive Committee may delegate or assign to it. The committee consists of the President, Deputy Presidents, chairman of the General Affairs Chamber, chairman of the Commodity Chamber and the Executive Director.

Johannes-Moller
President
Johannes Möller
Dan-Kriek
Deputy President
Dan Kriek
Phenias-Gumede
Deputy President
Phenias Gumede
Henk-van-Wyk
Chairman General Affairs Chamber
Henk van Wyk
Harry-Prinsloo
Chairman Commodity Chamber
Harry Prinsloo
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Executive Director
Omri van Zyl

The Executive Committee composes of the President, Deputy President, Chairs of Agri SA’s Policy Committees, Chairs of the General Affairs Chamber & Commodity Chamber and the Chairman of Agri SA’s Audit and Risk Committee.

The General Council may co-opt members to the committee. The Executive Committee is subordinate and accountable to the General Council, more power to coordinate and approve policies as well as to perform other duties that the General Council may delegate or assign to it.

Johannes-Moller
President
Johannes Möller
Dan-Kriek
Deputy President
Dan Kriek
Phenias-Gumede
Deputy President
Phenias Gumede
Henk-van-Wyk
Chairman General Affairs Chamber
Henk van Wyk
Harry-Prinsloo
Chairman Commodity Chamber
Harry Prinsloo
Dr-Jan-Visser
Audit & Risk Committee
Dr Jan Visser
Neil Hamman
Chariman Labour & Social Matters Policy Committee
Hendrik Ackermann
Harry-Prinsloo
Chairman Commercial Committee
Harry Prinsloo
Kobus-Breytenbach
Chairman Rural Safety Policy Committee
Kobus Breytenbach
Wayman-Kritzinger
Chairman Natural Resources Policy Committee
Wayman Kritzinger
Carl-Opperman
Chairman Communication & Image Building Policy Committee
Carl Opperman
Ernest-Pringle
Chairman Agricultural Development Policy Committee
Ernest Pringle
Directorate
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Executive Director
Omri van Zyl
Christo-van-der-Rheede
Deputy Executive Director
Christo van der Rheede
Kobus-Visser
Director Corporate Liaison
Kobus Visser
Willie Jacobs
Director: Finance
Willie Jacobs
Hamlet-Hlomendlini
Chief Economist
Hamlet Hlomendlini
Annelize-Crosby
Head: Agricultural Development
Annelize Crosby
Jahni-de-Villiers
Head: Labour & Traning
Jahni de Villiers
Janse-Rabie
Head: Natural Resources
Janse Rabie
Other Personnel
Jana-Robinson
Executive Assistant
Jana Robinson
Martina-Benade
Economist
Martina Benadé
Thea-Liebenberg
Media Liaison Officer
Thea Liebenberg
Anneke Roux
Personal Assistant Directors: Corporate Liasion & Natural Resources
Anneke Roux
Phyllis-Strydom
Accountant
Phyllis Strydom
Ingrid-Smith
Assistant Accountant
Ingrid Smith
Corrie-Botes
Assistant Accountant
Corrie Botes
Cynthia-Mmela
Office Assistant & Receptionist
Cynthia Mmela
Elize-Schoeman
Assistant Accountant
Elize Schoeman
Ellen-van-Niekerk
Personal Assistant
Ellen van Niekerk
Jacob Letwaba (7)
Maintanance Support
Jacob Letwaba
Meisie-Masola
Office Support
Meisie Masola
Samson-Mokhethwa
Office Support
Samson Mokgwetha
Jurita-Tree
Personal Assistant
Jurita Tree
Yolisa
Legal Advisor
Yolisa Mfaise
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Marketing Manager
Annemi Mennen
Phumi-Masola

Office Support

Pumi Seopa

Gregory-Smith

Research assistant

Gregory Smith

Intern
Jolanda Andrag
Intern
Pusho Makgolane

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Agri SA, a federation of agricultural organisations, was established in 1904 as the South African Agricultural Union and consists of nine provincial and 24 commodity organisations. Essentially Agri SA, through its affiliated membership, represents a diverse grouping of individual farmers regardless of gender, colour or creed.

Agri SA’s six policy committees deal with aspects relating to the implementation of policy within the respective focus areas. Each committee has a chairperson, with nominated representation from the General Affairs Chamber and Commodity Chamber. Agri SA offers the necessary functional and administrative support.

Commodity Chamber
Harry-Prinsloo
Chairperson
Harry Prinsloo
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Vice-chairperson
Piet Prinsloo
Niel Joubert
Additional member:
Niël Joubert

Agri SA, a federation of agricultural organisations, was established in 1904 as the South African Agricultural Union and consists of nine provincial and 24 commodity organisations. Essentially Agri SA, through its affiliated membership, represents a diverse grouping of individual farmers regardless of gender, colour or creed.

Agri SA’s six policy committees deal with aspects relating to the implementation of policy within the respective focus areas. Each committee has a chairperson, with nominated representation from the General Affairs Chamber and Commodity Chamber. Agri SA offers the necessary functional and administrative support.

General Affairs Chamber
Henk-van-Wyk
Chairperson
Henk van Wyk
Corni Swart
Vice-chairperson
Cornie Swart
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Additional member:
Pierre Vercueil