The brouhaha over the appointment of judges by the JSC has meant that a judgment of considerable importance has passed almost unnoticed.
Fed-up farm workers have bypassed unions and political parties and have taken matters into their own hands, writes Sean Christie.
One minute and 52 seconds. That is how much Agri SA bought with Jacob Zuma by having a stand at the business exhibition of the ANC policy conference.
Agricultural organisations across the racial spectrum spoke out on Monday against ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's land-grab talk.
The Orange River has broken its banks in the Cape, leaving farmers' income under water.
New Bill would make it more difficult to evict farm workers, but critics say it is unfair.
The Freedom Front Plus says Deputy Police Minister Maggie Sotyu is creating "racial tension" with her comments that courts are racist.
Agri SA on Friday welcomed an announcement by Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa that crime-fighting units would be reinstated in rural areas.
A farmers' group on Wednesday warned of an exodus of foreign investors from the country's agriculture sector over land-reform policies.
Agri SA on Wednesday reiterated requests for urgent and in-depth discussions with the government to remove obstacles hampering land reform.
The Republic of the Congo has offered Agri SA 10-million hectares for South African farmers to produce maize and soya beans.
Deserted and without running water, an ostrich farm near Pretoria is an example of SA's wobbly efforts to bring black South Africans on to farmland.
Agri SA has welcomed a Pretoria High Court ruling that the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act is effectively expropriating unused, old order mineral rights.
The SADC ruling that fair compensation be paid to evicted Zimbabwean farmers holds implications for SA, organised agriculture said on Tuesday.
Legislation is partly to blame for the agricultural sector's under-par contribution to South Africa, agricultural body AgriSA said on Wednesday.
South Africa produced 30% more genetically modified (GM) crops in 2007, with 1,8-million hectares of GM maize, soya and cotton being planted, Agri SA said on Wednesday. This makes the country the eighth-largest producer of GM crops in the world, behind larger countries such as the United States, Brazil, India and China.