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SA to export maize to China
SA to export maize to China
South Africa, the continent's biggest maize producer, is close to starting its first exports of the yellow variety of the grain to China, according...
SA imports yellow maize for first time in two years
SA imports yellow maize for first time in two years
South Africa imported yellow maize for the first time in almost two years last week as a government report showed stockpiles of the grain fell 37%...
Torrential rains knock SA economy
Torrential rains knock SA economy
Heavy rain in South Africa's capital, its neighbouring main financial hub of Johannesburg and in the east of the country may further damage an...
White maize reaches a record high as stocks shrink
White maize reaches a record high as stocks shrink
White-maize futures traded in South Africa, which is set to run short of supplies this year, reached the highest price since trading started almost...
SA white maize rises to 17-year high on supply concern
SA white maize rises to 17-year high on supply concern
South African white maize rallied to the highest level in at least 17 years on concern that the nation, which is the continent’s biggest...
Biofuel and its local spin-offs on the agenda again
Biofuel and its local spin-offs on the agenda again
The debate about biofuel has largely been silent since the advent of the recession but as the economy slowly recovers the talk has begun again.
Inside the mealie economy
Inside the mealie economy
"No farmers, no future." So says the bumper sticker on farmer Bully Botma's white bakkie, parked just off President Street in Bothaville, South...
Mind-boggling rise in grain cost
Mind-boggling rise in grain cost
The rise in production cost of grains such as wheat and maize was "mind boggling", Grain SA said on Thursday.
Farmers warn of damage to summer grain crop
Farmers warn of damage to summer grain crop
Summer grain crops have been badly affected by the limited rainfall and hot weather during February, said Grain SA on Thursday.
'Govt must reconsider using maize for biofuels'
'Govt must reconsider using maize for biofuels'
The Cabinet must re-examine its recent decision on maize use in South Africa, said specialist chemical services company Omnia on Friday.

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