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Bhisho juices R21m in citrus exports

The Eastern Cape's citrus industry has received a R21-million boost for exports from the Fort Beaufort and Peddie region...

By Deneesha Pillay 23 Mar 2015 11:15

SA's up-and-coming wool and mohair producers contribute R282m to GDP

Emerging farmers from historically disadvantaged, rural communities are making significant contributions to South African wool and mohair production and global exports...

20 Mar 2015 08:15

Two-a-Day invests in new packaging, packing lines and DCA storage

Two-a-Day's recent infrastructure investment includes a Flow Wrap machine that does not limit packing only to the traditional tray and bag packing...

18 Mar 2015 15:20

SA bulk exports rise by 16.4% y/y in Feb after Jan's surge

SA's bulk export volumes rose by 16.4% year on year (y/y) to 14.9-million tons (Mt) in February after surging by 34.1% y/y in January to a record monthly total of 16.4Mt...

By Helmo Preuss 16 Mar 2015 14:53

Exports boost new vehicle sales

Domestic new vehicle sales of 52,368 in February were only 584 units more than the same month last year but export sales shot up by 35.6% to 29,760 units...

By Henrie Geyser: motoring editor 3 Mar 2015 10:14

Budget 2015: Read the fine print

Although Budget 2015 has delivered some good news for small business, the South African Institute for Professional Accountants (SAIPA) says it's not all good news...

26 Feb 2015 11:16

The time is ripe to expand into the continent and abroad says Smillie

Durban-based VIPA Holdings has entered into an alliance with Cargill, the largest grain trading company in the world...

21 Jan 2015 16:00

SA bulk exports up 2.6% in 2014 to record high

SA's bulk export volumes rose 2.6% in 2014 to a record 156.5-million tons (Mt)‚ data from the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) showed on Tuesday, 13 January 2015...

By Helmo Preuss 14 Jan 2015 14:37

Foot-and-mouth eats up farming

Agriculture in this country faces economic obliteration by a "bio-security threat" if steps are not taken to eradicate a fast-spreading animal disease that has already cost the country R15 billion over the past three years...

14 Jan 2015 07:45

Chicken imports may rise as duty lapses

Preliminary antidumping duties against imports of frozen bone-in chicken from three of SA's trading partners in the European Union have lapsed in the new year, opening the way for increased inflows...

By Amanda Visser 9 Jan 2015 14:35

China replaces rare earth quotas with export permits

BEIJING, CHINA: China has instituted a system of export permits for rare earth metals, used in hi-tech goods such as mobile phones, the government said...

5 Jan 2015 18:04

Apple Export Protocol gets access to China

The South African Apple and Pear Producers' Association has announced that the Apple Export Protocol enabling apple exports to China has been approved...

11 Dec 2014 07:30

Uproar over Israel dominates Woolies AGM

The traditionally staid Woolworths AGM on Wednesday at some points resembled the chaotic scenes that unfolded in Parliament recently, as activists against trade with Israel tried to hammer home their viewpoint...

28 Nov 2014 08:01

Why Africa should be on international SMEs' radars

According to an in-depth study conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, approximately 40% of global SMEs do not perceive Africa as a growth opportunity, despite positive economic growth stories...

27 Nov 2014 09:43

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