Ceres

 
Women harvest fruits of abuse  in rural Western Cape
Women harvest fruits of abuse  in rural Western Cape
Violence against women on farms and in farming towns, usually by their partners, is under-reported. Lester Kiewit talks to people who...
PepsiCo offer boosts Pioneer’s share price
PepsiCo offer boosts Pioneer’s share price
South Africa’s food company Pioneer Foods’ share price increased by about 30% from R77.62 yesterday to R100.98 on Friday after the announcement that American multinational food, snack, and beverage corporation PepsiCo will purchase the company for approximately $1.7-billion...
A lone gay man says 'enough' to hate rapes in Cape wheatlands
A lone gay man says 'enough' to hate rapes in Cape wheatlands
Marchillino Ambraal is not particularly in the mood for eating. He has had no appetite since what he refers to as “die voorvalle [the incidents]”. We are in a coffee shop near the Western Cape town of Ceres....
Sharing the source of fertility
Sharing the source of fertility
Its potency lies in the fact that it is the oldest family business in South Africa.

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