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Zambia introduces maize price cap to keep it affordable

25 August 2019, 9:16 PM

Zambia has introduced a cap on the price of maize to keep the staple food affordable, sparking protest from commercial farmers who accused the government of bringing back price controls.

Farmers predict higher maize prices due to drought conditions

12 January 2019, 9:05 PM

Free State Agriculture says food security will be extremely affected if weather conditions remain as they are.


Kenyan officials profited from maize subsidies: Senate panel

29 November 2018, 6:54 PM

A Kenyan Senate committee says that the Kenyan government officials and their private sector counterparts abused a government maize subsidy programme last year to make money, leading to distortions in the market.

Maize farmers in summer grain areas urgently need rainfall

28 November 2018, 2:56 PM

Maize farmers in large parts of summer grain areas need urgent rainfall to start planting maize.

Drought-threatened Zimbabwe faces a quandary: Grow maize or not?

26 November 2018, 1:37 PM

As climate change brings more frequent and harsh droughts, maize is becoming harder to grow in many parts of Zimbabwe – but it is still what people want to eat and many farmers want to plant, which makes shifting away from it a challenge.

Matatiele cooperatives export yellow maize to Vietnam

26 July 2018, 5:43 PM

Fourteen cooperatives from Matatiele, in the Eastern Cape, have made history by exporting 8 000 tonnes of yellow maize to Vietnam.

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N West farmers exceed their maize target

22 July 2018, 6:09 PM

North West farmers have produced more than 16 000 tons of maize this year.

SA’s 2018 maize output seen up marginally on previous estimate: Poll

20 July 2018, 4:23 PM

South Africa’s maize output is expected to rise slightly in 2018 than previously estimated on the back of late harvests from the central and western parts of the maize belt…

Judgement reserved in school nutrition case

2 July 2020, 8:27 PM

The Basic Education Department has blamed its failure to provide meals to over nine million learners nationwide on logistics and lack of infrastructure.

JSE fines Tongaat Hulett over non-compliance

1 July 2020, 8:08 PM

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) on Wednesday issued a public censure and a maximum fine of R7.5 million on sugar producer Tongaat Hulett Ltd due to non-compliance with its listing requirements.



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