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Easy-To-Grow Brinjals Ensure Steady Profits

Any farmer will tell you that there is no such thing as a perfect crop, as each has its own challenges. From a production point of view, brinjals are as easy as they come, but limited demand puts a brake on large-scale production. Theuns Kotzee, a director of AAL Boerdery
in Limpopo, explained to Lindi Botha how they manage this crop.

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Engie, Total Plan 40 MW Solar-Powered Electrolyzer

The two French energy giants have announced a partnership agreement to develop, build and operate the Masshylia project – a 40 MW electrolyzer coupled with solar parks at the Total biorefinery in Châteauneuf-les-Martigues, in the southern region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur.

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L Freight

Queues 25km Long At The Mozambique Border Are Costing The Freight Industry R33m Per Day

Motorists are stuck in queues stretching for 25km in both directions from the Lebombo border crossing station in Komatipoort, Mpumalanga.
The post connecting Mozambique and South Africa is under severe pressure, with sweltering temperatures and a lack of running water threatening drivers’ lives.
The freight industry has lost an estimated R166 million due to delays since Sunday, 3 January.
But the human cost of a potential Covid-19 “super spreader” event is the real worry for health workers on both sides of the border.

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L Agri

‘Farmers Cannot Afford To Pay Higher Wages’ – Agri Role Players

Farmworker wages could increase as much as 16,1% in 2021. This followed the National Minimum Wage Commission recommending in November 2020 that the minimum wage for farmworkers be aligned with the national minimum wage (NMW) in 2021, based on the argument that the agriculture sector was not as severely affected as other sectors by the COVID-19-related lockdown.

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