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Saai veroordeel Minister Cele se uitspraak

Elke boer in Suid-Afrika – groot en klein, arm en ryk, swart en wit, en ongeag politieke affiliasie – wil weet: Hoe moet ons boer as kommunale beeste elke nag in ons lande ingejaag word en ons oeste vernietig? Hoe moet landbou gedy as daar geen respek vir eiendoms- of verblyfreg is nie? Die tirade van Bheki Cele, Minister van Polisie, voor boere in Normandien – nadat die vraag baie beleefd aan hom gestel is – ontbloot die kern van die probleem en die ANC se rol daarin.

The Mike Loutfie Foundation partnering with Agri SA to make a meaningful difference in Mpumalanga: another massive Covid-19 food relief effort.

On Friday 11 September, the Mike Loutfie Foundation will partner with Agri SA, Mpumalanga Agriculture and the Christelik- Maatskaplike Raad (CMR) Mpumalanga to distribute 1 000 food parcels of fresh produce to communities requiring immediate food relief in Mpumalanga. Approximately 5 000 people will be helped.

Die Mike Loutfie-stigting span saam met Agri SA om ’n betekenisvolle verskil te maak in Mpumalanga: nog ’n enorme slag word geslaan teen Covid-19-voedseltekorte.

Die Mike Loutfie-stigting sal Vrydag 11 September saam met Agri SA en die Christelik- Maatskaplike Raad (CMR) Mpumalanga werk om 1 000 kospakkies met vars produkte uit te deel aan gemeenskappe in Mpumalanga wat onmiddellike voedselhulp benodig. Ongeveer 5 000 mense sal gehelp word.

The Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show – SA’s best wine judges focus a spotlight on best wines.

he 2020 edition of the Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show kicks off today, 31st August, a full four months later than normal, to shine the spotlight of critical approval on South Africa’s finest wines. Conscious of the regulations designed to minimise the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the convenor and the show coordinators have re-designed the judging environment and re-written the rule-book of the country’s most credible wine show. Covid-19 made it impossible for the illustrious international judges committed to joining the 2020 panels to travel to South Africa. They have been replaced by some of South Africa’s most experienced senior judges, all of whom have worked with the many international judges whose presence has added experience and cachet to the competition’s results domestically, and in South Africa’s international wine markets.