citrus

South African English is lekker!

South Africans speak English, that doesn't mean you'll always understand us. Our robots are nothing like R2D2, just now doesn't mean immediately, and babbelas is not a shampoo. Tune in with our quick dictionary of SA idiom. It's lekker, bru!

Q&A with Fruit South Africa on new SA-China agreement

The newly signed agreement between South Africa and China will mean more jobs in the export agriculture sector says the Fruit South Africa CEO...

South African English is lekker!

South Africans speak English, but that doesn't mean you'll always understand us. Our "robots" are nothing like R2D2, "just now" doesn't mean immediately, and...

South African wine triumphs at international awards

A South African wine has scooped a prestigious international award. Held in the UK, Decanter World Wine Awards named DeMorgenzon Chardonnay Reserve 2015 as...

Mpumalanga invests in infrastructure

Mpumalanga is making progress in the rehabilitation of the coal haulage network, which will mitigate the degradation of roads, says the premier. Construction of the Majuba railway is progressing well and the Moloto rail corridor development programme has been approved.

South Africa takes up citrus black spot issue at WTO

South Africa is tackling threats to its large citrus export market, aiming to keep the country’s R6-billion citrus industry export competitive.

South Africa takes up citrus black spot issue at WTO

South Africa is tackling threats to its large citrus export market, aiming to keep the country’s R6-billion citrus industry export competitive.

The Pebbles Project enriching the lives of children

The Pebbles Project works with alcohol-affected communities in the Western Cape to help residents and children battle the scourge of alcohol addiction, and the province's high rates of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome.

South Africa, EU to tackle job creation

The 6th South Africa-European Union Summit ended in Pretoria on Thursday with the leaders of the two sides in agreement that joint programmes in education and training were needed to address the common challenge of job creation.

SA keen to strengthen ties with EU

South Africa is keen to strengthen its investment partnership with the European Union, although there are some issues that need to be tackled, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said ahead of the 6th SA-EU Summit, taking place in Pretoria on Thursday.