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More scientists needed in marine, forestry and fisheries industries

There is a need for South Africa to produce more Marine, Forestry and Fisheries’ scientists, says Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Senzeni Zokwana. Minister Zokwana had joined industry leaders and...

Western Cape winery launches world-first Rooibos-wooded white wine

A Western Cape winery has launched the world’s first Sulphite-free white wine, made using Honeybush and Rooibos chips. Economic Opportunities Minister, Alan Winde, joined Audacia director Trevor Strydom and wine-maker Neil Patterson...

Agribusiness CEOs recognise the impact of global megatrends across Africa

Global megatrends are changing the way business and society operate, including the agribusiness sector. African agribusiness CEOs see demographic shifts, climate change and resource scarcity, technological changes, accelerating urbanisation, and the...

Western Cape Government to assess impact of fires on agriculture sector

The Western Cape Government hopes to start an impact assessment of the recent fires on the agriculture sector this week. Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, said teams from the...

World-class quality drives high growth for Western Cape exports

Western Cape fruit and wine exports are on the rise as the government drives increased market access for the province’s high-quality produce. Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, provided an...

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