Grain SA celebrated the successes of its farmer development programme during a joyous event held in Bloemfontein on 1 October 2015.
Food prices could increase substantially in the months to come, as South Africa battles its worst drought in more than 20 years. Joining Moneyline for this discussion is Grain SA economist, Wandile Sihlobo
Die Wintergraan Werkgroep van Graan SA het ‘n omdraaistrategie opgestel met die doel om die winsgewendheid van koringbedryf op primêre vlak te verhoog en sodoende produksie te verhoog.
SAfm speaks to Grain SA's Economist Wandile Sihlobo about the tough times ahead for consumers
Grain SA is excited about the new wheat import tariff announcement since it contribute positively to local production.
The new import tariff for wheat was published on 16 June 2015 as R800.10/ton. The previous tariff was R461/ton.
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