TWK CEO slams expropriation of land without compensation

Biggest issue is security of property rights, says Andre Myburgh

MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Pandemic-induced crisis in Cape wine industry has been years in the making

Loss of more than 2,000 growers and full extent of uncontracted stock cannot be blamed fully on the lockdowns

Quantum earnings drop as input costs spike

Egg, animal feed and chicken producer says lower production and consumer demand will also contribute decline in earnings

WATCH: How to get fractional ownership in a wine farm

Business Day TV spoke to Roland Peens, director of and co-founder of Hemelzicht Vineyards

WATCH: How Covid-19 weighed on Kaap Agri

Kaap Agri CEO Sean Walsh talks to Business Day TV about the group’s financial performance

Kaap Agri to pay final dividend as it eyes recovery

While the pandemic derailed expected strong revenue growth, the group is optimistic it will benefit from improved conditions

Oceana reports profit boost as Covid-19 gives canned goods a kick

The producer of Lucky Star Pilchards expects profits to rise as much as 18% to end-September, boosted in part by in-home consumption

Zeder holds on to dividend as it considers options amid Covid-19 uncertainty

Group’s disposals in 2020 have shifted its status to that of an investment entity, and it is still considering a strategy change

Tongaat’s revival plans get major boost with Barloworld told to pay up

The effect of Covid-19 is insufficient to trigger a material change clause, rules independent expert

Zeder’s share jumps amid possible strategy shift

The agribusiness group has said it is considering a strategy shift, as CEO Norman Celliers is to step down after about eight years

Sea Harvest reports profit fall amid demand shift

The group shifted its product mix amid the Covid-19 pandemic, which weighed on profits somewhat

WATCH: Why the FSCA fined Tongaat

Financial Sector Conduct Authority divisional executive for enforcement Brandon Topham talks to Business Day TV

Market brushes off Kaap Agri’s quarterly decline in revenue

Kaap sees signs of green shoots but warns ongoing Covid-related uncertainty does not bode well for the remainder of the financial year

Nigeria’s central bank stops forex access for maize imports

The move is the latest effort by the central bank to shore up local agriculture and manufacturing

Quantum Foods’ directors buy R20m in shares amid interest by third parties

The group has seen a number of entities expressing interest in upping their stakes in the egg producer

Crookes Brothers holds dividend as profits drop

The agricultural group has decided to withhold its dividend after a poor performance from its macadamia and deciduous fruit divisions

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