Four Things Happening In Sa Agriculture Today, 02 November 2020

Rise and shine Mzansi, another busy day unfolds in the agricultural sector. On our radar today, working professionals with passion for policy making have until 30 November to submit their applications

 

45 Cape Wine Farmers Find Ally In Indigenous Fynbos

With the fynbos plant kingdom, Cape wine farmers have the most unique cover-crops in the world. Fourty-five wine farmers are WWF conservation champs.

 

45 Cape Wine Farmers Find Ally In Indigenous Fynbos

With the fynbos plant kingdom, Cape wine farmers have the most unique cover-crops in the world. Fourty-five wine farmers are WWF conservation champs.

 

Recipe: Spooky Cake Truffles

A less than perfect chocolate cake is just another reality we must come to terms with. Have no clue what to do with those offcuts or stale overcooked cakes? Chef Jess Levin has just the solution for y

 

Mzansi, Here’s Your Top 10 Sauvignon Blanc Wines For 2020!

These are the top 10 South African Sauvignon Blanc wines as announced last night during a glitzy online affair hosted by Zola Nene.

 

Guess Who Sparkled In Sa’s Top Sparkling Wines Competition

Sue and Doug Lund of Newstead Wines hail from families farming sugar and dairy in KZN. Now these wine newcomers scooped the best producer award at the Amorim Cap Classique Challenge.

 

Sa National Young Wine Show Results Slipped In Overnight…

The results for the SA National Young Wine Show slipped in overnight... And if you?re a wine lover, you should definitely add these 19 winners on your list!

 

Hey Mzansi, Meet Your Agri’s Got Talent 2020 Top Ten

The new normal under covid-19 restrictions has made for interesting and innovative entertainment on many fronts. This year?s Agri?s Got Talent will be no different. Taking on a roadshow format while s

 

Breaking: South African Booze Ban Now Threatens Eu Trade Deal

BREAKING: In a shocking development, SA?s trade deal with the EU is now at risk due to the booze sales ban. @spiritsEUROPE warns, ?Cancel it quickly or face the consequences at home and abroad.?

 

Booze Ban: Heineken Halts Investment In Kzn

The coronavirus lockdown and government?s ban on the sale of alcohol has cost South Africa R6 billion in planned investment from the world?s second-largest beer brewer, Heineken. The company said that

 
 
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