Agriculture experts warn about the hype around tobacco and the high prices that the crop is fetching.
The DA's good intentions are that of a white master who thinks that he knows what is best for a black person, writes Khaya Dlanga.
A group of 78 dispossessed white farmers claim victory and intend to pursue full compensation.
A content workforce and a pragmatic approach to dealing with debt have steered Pam Fyvie through challenging times in her farming career.
Wildlands Conservation Trust is the runner-up in the Biodiversity Stewardship Award.
Critics argue the restitution policy has done little to improve food security or the agribusiness sector in the country.
A project in North West is reintroducing an indigenous breed of cattle to the rural farming areas.
Farmworkers in the Western Cape should not retreat in their fight for a minimum daily wage of R150, ANCYL deputy president Ronald Lamola has said.
South Africa's fruit industry is beginning to tally the losses after two weeks of unrest by striking farm workers across the Western Cape.
A Western Cape farmer has been arrested for attempted murder after allegedly firing a shot at protesting farm workers in De Doorns, say police.
About R1.4-billion intended to build extensions to the existing Parliament should rather be spent on flood relief, farmers' union TAU SA has said.
Developing farmers were the worst victims of the floods that have hit various parts of the country, a parliamentary committee said on Monday.
Once an exporter of grain, Zimbabwe has relied on international food aid for the last decade.
The Republic of the Congo has offered Agri SA 10-million hectares for South African farmers to produce maize and soya beans.
The government has no intention of driving white commercial farmers off the land, Agriculture Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson said on Thursday.
Escalating input costs and the current low return on milk have placed dairy farmers in KwaZulu-Natal in a financial crisis.
State accused of stealing land and livelihoods for a factory that now lies empty.
Members of the Landless People's Movement in KwaZulu-Natal and a group of farmers have decided to stop quarrelling with each other.
A tribunal began hearing an appeal on Wednesday by 77 white Zimbabweans against orders to expropriate their farms.
"No farmers, no future." So says the bumper sticker on farmer Bully Botma's white bakkie, parked in Bothaville, South Africa's mealie capital.