Relaxation of regulations too little, too late

Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of a relaxation of the lockdown regulations to reduce the economic damage caused by the government’s excessive state of lockdown, is too little and too late

Saai concerned over land claims

The increase in the number of land claims actively processed in the run-up to 2021’s local elections is a source of concern for the Southern African Agri Initiative (Saai). “This

Saai represents tobacco farmers in court

Saai today represented the rights of tobacco farmers in the matter of British American Tobacco South Africa (BATSA) and nine others against the Minister of COGTA, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma,

Fix the bucket!

Whether you pour one litre of water into a bucket riddled with holes, or a thousand litres, the outcome will be the same: there will be no water left. The

Saai requests clarity on CADS Fund applications

The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development on 6 April 2020 issued a call for applications in respect of a COVID-19 Agricultural Disaster Support Fund (CADS Fund). The Department stated

Saai wins exports case for bird farmers

Saai, an organisation that represents the interests of family farmers, was today successful with its urgent court application in the Northern Gauteng High Count in Pretoria to allow for the