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September 2023

SA’s Maize, Wheat Harvests Expected To Be Bigger Than Last Year

29 September 2023 – South African farmers are expected to harvest 6% more maize in the 2022/2023 season compared with the previous season, the government’s Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) said on Wednesday. The CEC’s latest summer crop forecast estimates the 2023 harvest at 16.40 million tonnes, up from the 15.47 million tonnes harvested last season. […]

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Trade Credit: Benefits, Risks And Opportunities In The B2B Landscape

In today’s entrepreneurial landscape, and especially in the B2B world, trade credit play a fundamental role. Buying on credit represents the best solution for many companies, especially smaller ones, as it allows for maximizing liquidity and optimizing business operations. For those who sell, trade credits can open new horizons of opportunity but also present a series of potential

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SA Canegrowers Calls On President To Pledge Support For Locally Produced Sugar

19 September 2023 – Ahead of this Heritage Day, industry organisation SA Canegrowers has written to President Cyril Ramaphosa, calling on him to sign the Home Sweet Home pledge to only buy locally produced sugar. “The South African sugar industry, which dates back to the mid-1800s, is currently under siege, facing multiple economic and regulatory threats.

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