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May 8, 2024

Extensive efforts have been made from industry and the Western Cape Government (WCG) to work with Transnet Port Terminals to ensure that a credible and reliable recovery plan is in place to stabilise operations in the short-term. Now, South African citrus exports are set to increase rapidly towards the end of May 2024, with an […]

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April 23, 2024

Hoër Landbouskool Oakdale, geleë in Riversdal, staan uit as een van die voorste landbouskole in die Wes-Kaap. In 2023 het hierdie instelling ‘n merkwaardige mylpaal bereik deur sy 95ste bestaansjaar te vier, ‘n getuienis van sy lang en ryk geskiedenis in die verskaffing van uitstekende landbou-onderrig. Die skool is bekend vir sy omvattende program wat […]

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April 8, 2024

Premier Alan Winde, members of the Western Cape Government (WCG) Cabinet, municipal officials and other stakeholders were given a briefing early this morning at the Provincial Disaster Management Centre (PDMC) on the severe weather conditions affecting numerous areas in the province. The Joint Operational Centre has been activated to coordinate the overall provincial disaster response. […]

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March 28, 2024

In 2024, under the guidance of Elmarie Rabe, Chairperson of the SA Wine Routes Forum and Manager of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, the wine tourism industry is embracing a transformative era marked by consumer-driven trends, sustainability, and technological innovation. Rabe highlights the increasing demand for authentic, local experiences, with travellers seeking out smaller, family-run wineries […]

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March 26, 2024

On 26 March 2024 the Western Cape Minister of Agriculture, Dr Ivan Meyer, tabled the Department’s budget of R1.018 billion in the provincial parliament. Minister Meyer said, “Despite compounding challenges such as intensified delays and inefficiencies at the ports, increased geopolitical uncertainty, and load-shedding, the agriculture and agri-processing exports increased from R63 billion in 2018 […]

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March 19, 2024

On Friday, 15 March 2024, the Western Cape Minister of Agriculture, Dr Ivan Meyer received the final report of the third iteration of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture’s (WCDoA) Flyover Project. The “Flyover” is one of the unique flagship projects of the WCDoA that is used to provide up-to-date statistical data on agricultural production […]

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March 15, 2024

In the dynamic and ever-changing world of travel, TE Tours emerges as a beacon for those in pursuit of an unparalleled blend of adventure and intimacy. Under the stewardship of Jan Hough, a visionary in the realm of travel, TE Tours distinguishes itself by specializing in small group tours that offer a perfect combination of […]

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March 1, 2024

Nestled in the picturesque Western Cape, known as the country’s premier retirement destination, The Retirement Collection promises to provide you with unparalleled peace of mind as you enjoy a secure and enriching retirement experience. Explore Devmark Property Group’s esteemed estates within the Retirement Collection, featuring De Zwartland Manor in Malmesbury, Langebaan Manor in Langebaan and […]

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March 1, 2024

The Clanwilliam Dam extension, a pivotal infrastructure development in the Cederberg municipal area, promises to herald a new chapter of growth and prosperity in the agricultural sector. With a generous R4 billion investments earmarked for this project, the Western Cape is set to witness a significant transformation, particularly in its farming communities. The project’s scope […]

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February 22, 2024

On 19 February 2024, Cape Town Harbour witnessed the docking of the Al Kuwait, a Kuwaiti-flagged livestock vessel carrying 19,000 cattle. This event has sparked significant concern over animal welfare and environmental health issues due to the distressing conditions observed onboard and the pervasive foul smell that permeated parts of Cape Town, including Green Point, […]