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More black farmers needed in a sustainable and orderly way – AgriSA  

By: African News Agency      24th August 2018 Farm group AgriSA says the solution to the country's heated land expropriation debate is to provide land for urban housing, industrialisation and farming, while more black farmers should be introduced in a sustainable and orderly way. AgriSA president Dan Kriek said the political solution was... 

We will not get involved in 'petty party politics' – SANDF

By: News24Wire      5th April 2016 The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) on Monday said it refused to get involved in petty party politics. This followed calls by the members of the South African National Defence Union (Sandu) for lawful means to be used to remove President Jacob Zuma from office as it believed he was... 

Atterbury invests €200m to expand European footprint

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     30th July 2015 South African property developer Atterbury has widened its European footprint, by investing in a €200-million retail portfolio in Cyprus, which comprised two key retail assets on the island nation. The 27 000 m2 Mall of Cyprus, which formed part of the landmark 55 600 m2 Shacolas Emporium Park,... 

Millions of households could lose out on municipal services 

By: News24Wire      14th May 2015 Great concern was expressed in Parliament over millions of households which could be without services due to a decision by Treasury to freeze funds to municipalities which owe money to Eskom. This national grant to municipalities funds - among others - basic services. Municipalities with a small... 

SADC leaders to push for industrialisation

By: SANews, SA government news service     19th August 2014 Southern African leaders ended their two-day summit on Monday having resolved to direct member states to put industrialisation at the top of Southern African Development Community's (SADC’s) regional integration agenda. A Ministerial Task Force on Regional Economic Integration was ordered to... 

ACA condemns Greenpeace coal protest

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th April 2013 The Australian Coal Association (ACA) on Wednesday warned that environmental activist group Greenpeace could negatively affect the Australian economy, after six members of Greenpeace boarded a moving coal ship bound for South Korea in the inner Great Barrier Reef. The six activists, who boarded... 


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