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CT strawberry farm gets first commercial licence to cultivate Cannabis

The licence, issued by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority, is solely for cultivating and not for manufacturing to sell or consume cannabis. Renowned Cape Town strawberry farm Polkadraai is the...

Fruit exporters get state of the art cooling facility

The month of June saw the commissioning and opening for business of the latest cold storage facility from SAFT (Southern African Fruit Terminals) a subsidiary of the Belgium owned SEA-invest Group. The...

Western Cape shrub could help turn Australia’s arid land into green pasture

Following a decade-long global search for legume plants capable of surviving Western Australia's (WA) harsh, dry summers and sandy soils, researchers at Murdoch University's Centre for Rhizobium Studies in Perth have...

New documentary shines light on Kalk Bay fishing community’s ‘stolen heritage’

Greenpeace Africa recently shared a teaser for its upcoming documentary Gutted which amplifies the voices of small-scale fishers in the Kalk Bay fishing community who are battling for fishing permits. This while industrial...

Farm worker strike may halt wine production

Local wine exports to Europe may grind to a halt if the demands of farm workers are not met. Farm workers across the Western Cape made their way to the offices...

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Substantial cost savings achieved as Konecranes upgrades old Wolff Crane

A 35 T/15 T Wolff Crane, that was installed in a local metal plant in 1989, was recently upgraded by Konecranes. The modernisation of...

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