Disaster relief: why the state is left out

The shortages of basic supplies such as food, medicine, baby milk and other provisions in the unrest-stricken areas of KwaZulu-Natal once again, as happened so often during the past two

Farmers must support, protect each other

Farmers must be ready and extra vigilant in the midst of the extensive looting in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and elsewhere in the country. They must remain in constant contact with each

Disarming victims makes no sense  

By Dr Theo de Jager Few matters offer stronger evidence of how far the ANC is removed from reality than Minister Bheki Cele’s attempts to abolish self-defence as motivation for

Saai launches #StillNoGun campaign

Feedback from Saai’s members clearly indicates that farmers will not allow their proposed disarmament. The ANC’s initiative to declare the owning of a firearm for self-defence purposes illegal, has caused

Help our game farmers and #GoHunting!

The game farming industry in South Africa has suffered a serious setback owing to draconian restrictions on hunting under COVID-19 regulations. A significant part of the more than R16 billion

Partnerships work in land reform

By dr. Theo de Jager The partnership-driven model for land reform (the “Karaan Plan”) has been the most successful plan to create a class of profitable black farmers since it