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Watch A Nation in Conversation: NAMPO Harvest Day

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Maize vs time: The race to feed SA

The planting season started with predictions of a record crop but the weather had other plans

A black farmer pleads with parliament to leave the constitution alone

Land ever after: ​Ramodisa Monaisa pleaded for the Constitution to remain as it is

When duty calls the state must separate the wheat from the chaff

In calculating the risk involved in crop planting, farmers need a predictable trade policy that will be implemented.

SA to export maize to China

Talks between the South African and Chinese governments have concluded and the plan awaits political signing before first exports to China can begin.

SA imports yellow maize for first time in two years

South Africa, Africa's biggest maize producer, has had to import yellow maize for the first time since April 2012 as stocks remain tight.

Torrential rains knock SA economy

Weeks of rain in the north and east of the country will have an impact on infrastructure spend, construction revenues and even maize harvesting.

White maize reaches a record high as stocks shrink

Fears over supply shortages has seen white maize prices climb to the highest levels since it had begun trading on the futures excahnge in 1996.

SA white maize rises to 17-year high on supply concern

Tight supply aggravated by drought in the North West is causing local maize prices to rise to import parity.

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