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South Africa: Water restrictions to hit citrus exports
 
The Department of Water and Sanitation has gazetted further water consumption restrictions in the Western Cape and Limpopo.

Fresh Plaza News
 
South Africa: New plum varieties that can go the distance.

Agbiz Newsletter
 
23 September 2016

Tanzania: The dilemmas and difficulties of land policy reform
 
The government is engaged in a consultative process to reform the land policy, and has invited civil society organisations to participate as well as the organised commercial sector.

ABSA Agri Trends
 
20 September 2016

Coming festive season drives 15% increase in meat prices
 
Red meat prices are currently relatively stable to strong due to tight supplies as livestock farmers hold on to stock and avoid slaughtering in the hope that pasture conditions will improve should seasonal rains materialise sooner.

Weather forecast for Southern Africa predicts good rainfall this season
 
The forecast for the 2016/17 cropping season in Southern Africa indicates that most parts of the region can expect adequate rainfall after two successive years of debilitating droughts.

Pyrotec PackMedia News
 
Is your food labelling in line with global best practice?

South African deciduous fruit industry honours luminaries
 
Seven top achievers in the South African deciduous fruit industry received awards for their excellence.

Absa Top 5 olive oil finalists announced
 
Ten superior South African extra virgin olive oils are in the running for top honours in the 2016 Absa Top 5 olive oil competition.

Agbiz/IDC Agribusiness Confidence Index improves significantly in Q3, 2016
 
After remaining below 50 index points for five consecutive quarters, the Agbiz/IDC Confidence Index recovered significantly by 13 index points to 60 in the third quarter of this year. This is the highest reading since the third quarter of 2014.

Par Excellance Recruitment News
 
19 September 2016

Overview Global Sweet Potato Market
 
Sweet potatoes are grown and consumed worldwide. The share of the production that is traded on the world market is relatively small. Many countries mainly grow it for the domestic market.

Realizing the potential of Africa’s economies
 
Africa’s economic fundamentals remain strong, but governments and companies will need to work even harder to keep the region’s economies moving forward.

Farmers urged to plant drought-resistant pulses
 
Pulses include plants such as dry beans, dry broad beans, dry peas, chickpeas, cow peas, pigeon peas, lentils, Bambara beans, vetches and lupins.

Agbiz Newsletter
 
16 September 2016

The 7th Annual International #GrenacheDay Returns Friday September 16!
 
Wine Lovers Worldwide Will Celegrape Wines Made from the Grenache Grape.

Cellar workers excel
 
The top participants in the Winetech Study Groups for cellar workers were announced, and stand the chance to be honoured as the 2016 SA Cellar Worker of the Year.

Zimbabwe to scrap hort export permits
 
In order to boost production and encourage exports, the Zimbabwean Government has pledged to scrap horticulture export permits.

ABSA Agri Trends
 
13 September 2016

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