Entries by Tobias Coetsee

Blue Bulls news | Coetzee, Nortje appointed as co-captains

Vodacom Bulls Director of Rugby, Jake White, has confirmed Marcell Coetzee and Ruan Nortje as co-captains who will lead the herd for the 2023/24 season. Speaking about his appointments, White said: “Marcell (Coetzee) and Ruan (Nortje) are experienced campaigners who understand the demands of playing in three competitions and they have done well in leading […]

Lemang’s Praveen Dwarika on the importance of new-era farmer development

New-era farmer development is important for sustainable transformation in the agricultural sector, which AFGRI is 100% committed to. Read more from Lemang Agricultural Services* MD, Praveen Dwarika, about our approach to ensuring farmer development in South Africa: https://tinyurl.com/4w6na2mk * Lemang is AFGRI’s new-era farmer training and development division.

On African Farming this afternoon at 17:00

In this afternoon’s episode of African Farming, we meet Joel Tshivhafuni. He left his job as a teacher to farm and now produces more than a 100ha of tomatoes in Limpopo.  Tune in to Honey, DStv channel 173 today, 17 October at 17:00. Photo courtesy of African Farming.

Op Landbouweekliks die week | Kuier saam met voormalige Noord-Kaapse Jongboer van die Jaar, Philip Botha

Op Wildebeestkooi naby Strydenburg in die Karoo, span Philip Botha geoutomatiseerde lamhokke en ‘n voerkraal in wat met sonkrag werk om doeltreffend te boer. Philip is ‘n voormalige Noord-Kaapse Jongboer van die Jaar en dis nie net sy deursettingsvermoe wat van hom ‘n leierboer maak nie, maar ook sy entrepreneurgees.  Nadat hy ‘n proeflopie gedoen […]

On African Farming this week

In this week’s episode of African Farming, which will be broadcast at 5pm CAT on Tuesday on Dstv channel 173 (Honey), we visit Kenny Mocwiri in North-West, to learn about pig production, where biosecurity, good genetics, and quality animal feed are critical issues. We also hear more about Farmer Development from AFGRI and SAPPO. Find […]

On African Farming this week

In the next episode of African Farming, cattle farmer Mmatlala “Noko” Seboni, from Limpopo, tells us about the Brahman breed, and how he approaches cattle management practices such as de-horning. We also hear about the accessibility of quality animal feeds. WATCH EPISODE PROMO HERE: https://tinyurl.com/42y633sp