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The question is whether Cyril Ramaphosa can solidify his grip on the ANC and take on the unions
The investigation not related to the suspicious transactions in the account of former deputy, spokesman says
De-politicising SOEs and transparent governance are just two points, along with dissolving the ‘ineffective and, frankly, pointless’ Department of Public Enterprises
Permission sought to list exchange-traded products
The volatile sector is expected to make a significant dent in economic growth in the first quarter
The automotive industry accounts for about 7% of GDP with BMW, VW and Nissan all putting money into the country — but the government’s plans may be over-ambitious
Tehran wants nuclear-pact signatories to stand up to US on ‘strongest sanctions in history’ but EU companies fear Washington’s clout
SA’s once-tight teams have been leaking tries, giving new Bok coach a major headache
Below the well-used tourist paths lies a labyrinth that could give new insights into 4-million years of evolution, writes Shaun Smillie
CEO Imraan Soomra reports a phenomenal start to the season
The acquisition of Talhado is good news as it provides fishing rights and processing facilities in a profitable sector
The fishing company receives a deferred tax adjustment at its Daybrook Fisheries unit in the US
It’s a high-risk endeavour, the state-owned institution’s Litha Magingxa admits
Study shows corruption a hurdle for access to limited available funds
Revenue from the trading division, which includes Agrimark retail branches, mechanisation services and spare parts rose 8.3%
Pork farmers have had to redirect the pigs for the fresh meat market, creating a surplus in the market and lowering prices
Pork Producers’ Organisation CEO Johann Kotze talks to Business Day TV to give more insight into how the industry is faring
The growth in the value of business transacted was driven mainly by a 17% increase in the number of transactions
The agricultural group believes, however, that sanity will prevail; in the six months to September 2017, the company reported a 70.5% plunge in first-half net ...
French forestry group Rougier has filed for bankruptcy, putting nearly 3,000 job in central Africa at risk; it cites problems at the Doula port for blocking ...
Land reform has dominated political debate in recent months amid talk of expropriation without compensation
Winery owner says it is probable that many producers will leave the industry or mechanise to reduce their cost structure
Kaap Agri CEO is expecting only single-digit gains in earnings as many farmers battle with water shortages
The combined entity will hold an attractive blend of local and export-orientated business
EXEO Capital confirms an undisclosed investment in TerraSan via its Agri-Vie Fund II
The Canadian producer is reportedly in talks to buy two rival businesses after initial resistance to all-stock bid for single company
Farmers between Bloemfontein and Kimberley lost millions of rand as the inferno destroyed land, a lapa‚ an animal feed store and tractor
The 2018 harvest is expected to be about far smaller than 2017’s with ‘producers’ water resources cut by 40% to 60%’ due to the Western ...
Wine industry body VinPro says the drought, a shrinking area under vines and frost damage will have a negative effect on the size of the crop
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