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WHY South Africa’S KEY WINE INDUSTRY role players ARE SO IMPORTANT

364 years ago the first wine was made in South Africa from grapes planted in Cape Town – an occasion noted by Jan van Riebeeck, Governor of the Cape, in his...

Smaller harvest, top quality expected in 2023

In the run-up to the 2023 wine grape harvest, January to April, the fourth estimate by viticulturists and producer cellars indicates a smaller crop than in 2022, and smaller than the...

SA expects smaller wine grape crop as harvest commences

With the 2022 harvest season on the horizon, South African wine grape producers expect a smaller wine grape crop, mainly due to a decrease in vineyards, high disease pressure and heatwaves...

4 wine trends to look out for in 2021

With the uncertainty that 2020 has unleashed on the South African wine industry, accurately predicting the next wine craze is no easy task. From alcohol bans to beach closures, it is...

Absa Pinotage top 10 competition

This year’s Absa Pinotage Top 10 competition marks the 22nd consecutive year that Absa has sponsored the event, which is organised by the Pinotage Association for the advancement and promotion of...

SA wine grape harvest excels despite drought

The South African wine grape harvest is slightly larger than last year following a dry season and consumers can look forward to exceptional wines from the 2017 vintage. The wine...

WC grape industry provides 29,000 jobs

The table grape industry provides over 29,000 direct jobs to the region each year. These figures were shared at the South Africa Table Grape Industry Annual General Meeting, which was held last...

The PPECB supports the fruitful Western Cape

The Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB) is South Africa’s official export certification agency for the perishable produce industry. With a national footprint, the PPECB has 13 regional offices across South...

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Cape Town getting closer to turning waste into wattage

The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Members for Urban Waste Management and Energy visited the Coastal Park landfill Tuesday, 27 February 2024, to...

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