Covid-19: No End To Generosity Of Farmers And Agri-organisations

There's no end to the donations of food and other support that has been flowing from the agriculture sector to communities left hungry and destitute since the start of the covid-19 pandemic and result

 

Lockdown Level 3: Sa Wine Prices Set To Drop

The covid-19 pandemic has seen the demand for South Africa?s wine across the world decrease significantly, say players in the local wine industry. The consumption of wines in restaurants across the wo

 
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Agri Careers: First Cape Sommelier From ‘other Side Of The Mountain’

After years of intensive training Heinrich Bothman ? our very own ?wine farm-acist? ? recently became the first qualified sommelier in the Robertson Wine Valley in the Western Cape. Bothman, wine colu

 

Farmers Exempted From 21-day Lockdown To Curb Covid-19 Spread

Farmers, it?s official. You are not on lockdown. Food For Mzansi can confirm that farming and agricultural processing are considered an essential service, and therefore exempted from the 21-day lockdo

 
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?hunger To Succeed? Lands 21yo Wine Enthusiast A Rare Opportunity

The moment when a 21-year-old describes wine as ?bottled poetry?, you immediately know that it?s their passion talking. It is this exact passion that has landed Aphelele Mvamva from Kayamandi in Cape

 

Mzansi Is Making ‘the Greatest Wine In Its History’

South Africa is firmly established as ?one of the most exciting wine-producing countries on the planet?, thanks to a combination of old vines, young winemaking talent, established names, varied terroi

 

Health Conscious Millennials Challenging Alcohol Industry

You know how Fridays are the most exciting day of the week for hardworking individuals? It almost feels celebratory to act on the urge of raising one with your friends. This rings true for me too, and

 

Goosebumps! Hearing These Agriworkers Sing Is The Best Thing…

A video of three singing Western Cape agriworkers has taken Mzansi by storm. The video has already reached thousands of people after first being posted on Facebook, and they certainly gave us goosebum

 

Competition: Show Food For Mzansi?s Heroes Some Love And You Could Win

Food For Mzansi has brought hundreds of unsung heroes in the South African agricultural sector to the fore. We honour our farmers, agripreneurs and agri-workers, and this week you can do the same and

 

How Vegan-friendly Is Your Wine?

Wine is made from grapes, so all wines must be vegan-friendly, right? Not necessarily. More and more people are on the lookout for vegan wine. Until recently, however, kosher wines were the only wines

 
 
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