Western Cape MEC visits farms eligible for drought support

Feb 17, 2016
Western Cape Economic Opportunities MEC, Alan Winde, yesterday visited those farms eligible to receive drought support from an emergency fund established by the  provincial government.
Western Cape MEC visits farms eligible for drought support

Better grassland fertilisation can improve the world’s food supply

Feb 17, 2016
Global improvements in grassland management could see grasslands taking on a significantly more important role in food production. Better management would increase the production of
Better grassland fertilisation can improve the world’s food supply

Great minds set to gather at the 10th annual Green Building Conference in Tshwane

Feb 16, 2016
South Africa’s capital, the City of Tshwane, will be the site of national and international knowledge sharing when it hosts the 10th annual Green Building
Great minds set to gather at the 10th annual Green Building Conference in Tshwane

IFAD-support project in Swaziland helps farmers combat drought and boost food and nutrition security

Feb 16, 2016
Rome, 16 February 2016 – The Kingdom of Swaziland and the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) signed an agreement today to finance
IFAD-support project in Swaziland helps farmers combat drought and boost food and nutrition security

El Niño set to have a devastating impact on southern Africa’s harvests and food security

Feb 16, 2016
Southern Africa is currently in the grip of an intense drought that has expanded and strengthened since the earliest stages of the 2015-2016 agricultural season,
El Niño set to have a devastating impact on southern Africa’s harvests and food security

Future agricultural demand in South Africa

Feb 16, 2016
Agricultural demand in South Africa is expected to increase as population and income levels increase. But it is not as simple as that, it is
Future agricultural demand in South Africa

Unconventional gas is structurally changing global gas markets

Feb 15, 2016
Johannesburg - 15 February 2016: The growth of unconventional gas is spreading across the world with major implications over many years for markets and prices
Unconventional gas is structurally changing global gas markets

Livestock farmers face cash flow issues due to drought

Feb 15, 2016
Despite the mass-culling of animals due to severe drought conditions over the past few months, meat producers have been resilient with prices trending firmer. However,
Livestock farmers face cash flow issues due to drought

GMSA Employees Unite to Send Water to Drought Stricken Areas

Feb 15, 2016
PORT ELIZABETH - Employees at General Motors South Africa (GMSA) recently joined the nationwide campaign to donate water to people living in drought-stricken areas. When the
GMSA Employees Unite to Send Water to Drought Stricken Areas

Red berets concerned over dirty water

Feb 12, 2016
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)  Ngaka Modiri Molema Region expresses concern regarding the safety of public water supplies in Mahikeng Local Municipality. Residents have noticed that
Red berets concerned over dirty water

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