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FACING HER BIGGEST CHALLENGE YET-FOOD SECURITY In a career spanning more than 25 years in different industries, Mary-Jane Morifi has tackled some of the toughest socio-economic challenges facing business in South Africa
At BP South Africa, she was part of the leadership team that negotiated one of the first broad-based black economic empowerment deals in the oil industry, bringing the Mineworkers
07 Nov 2017
WATER SECURITY New business unusual
In the event that you had been sleeping under a rock, blissfully unaware of life around you, South Africa is in the midst of a water crisis. In fact, it’s been in a calamity
07 Mar 2017 - K. H.
AGRICULTURE Agricultural Research Council (ARC): Improving agricultural yield through better science
Dr Shadrack Moephuli, CEO of the Agricultural Research Council, talks about the role the organisation plays in ensuring South African farmers are able to adapt to changes in the sector
22 Aug 2016
FRESHLY GROUND From government to grass-roots, South African women are creating jobs while feeding the nation
An army marches on its stomach, said Napoleon, or Frederick the Great of Prussia, or Claudius Galen, chief physician to the Roman army, as you please—precisely who came up
10 Aug 2016
SMART AGRICULTURE Kellogg’s supports small-holder farming
Sylvia Radebe is the Head of Corporate Affairs and Communications, South Africa, for one of the world’s best-known brands, the Kellogg Company Kellogg’s has an
18 Jul 2016
Agriculture news R400m agriculture deal to create new jobs
Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina has welcomed a R400 million investment by Griekwaland-Wes Korporatief (GWK) that will see the company creating 100 new
13 Apr 2016
South African economy Country’s sustainability dilemmas continue mounting
The 8% per annum tariff increase just granted to national electricity utility, Eskom, again served to focus attention on the escalating number of sustainability dilemmas faced by the South African economy
11 Mar 2013 - S. T.
Capitalism in trouble Troubled mining and agricultural symptom of wider global crisis
The turmoil that has beset the South African mining and agricultural sectors, with resultant destructive tensions between various stakeholders
14 Feb 2013 - P. C.
New minimum wage triggers restructuring Wage increase prompts mechanisation
Within the week that it was announced, the new nation-wide minimum wage for farm workers triggered the start of a fundamental restructuring process in the agricultural sector.
12 Feb 2013 - P. C.
Agriculture Emphasis on 'blackness' trivialises challenges
The skewed interpretation that transformation is about the ‘blackness’ of a company does not address economic and gender inequality and disability issues.
06 Sep 2012 - P. C.




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