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SIZA/WIETA Social/Ethical Auditing Newsletter

SIZA & WIETA stand to ensure that South African suppliers evolve in their ethical and social capacity as world leaders in the fruit industry. The impact of collaboration between all the parties involved will allow for a mindful, positive and moral industry topped off with...

SATI STATISTICAL BOOKLET

Please find attached the latest Statistical Booklet of SATI. Hardcopies of this booklet is available at the Sati office.   2018 SATI Statistical Booklet...

SIZA NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2018

SIZA is well known for its comprehensive social standard which ensures fair and ethical trade from all South African member farms. Click on the link below to read more ...

PRESS RELEASE: CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH FOR SA DECIDUOUS FRUIT

The source of the ‘worst outbreak’ of listeria in South Africa was confirmed yesterday by health minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, as coming from processed meat plants in Polokwane and Germiston.   Press Release - Clean bill of health for SA deciduous fruit...

WELL DONE SIZA!

SIZA, the South African sustainability standard for social and environmental assurance, is the first to reach FULL (100%) equivalence when benchmarked against SAI Platform’s Farm Sustainability Assessment (FSA). Click on the link below to read the complete article. SIZA FSA Gold Equivalence_Media release_final...

SATI releases 3rd Crop Estimate for 2017/18 season

The South African Table Grape Industry (SATI) released the 3rd Crop Estimate for the 2017/18 table grape season with upper and lower limits about 12,2% and 18% lower, respectively than the previous 2016/2017 season. The new estimate is between 55,4 million and 59,3 million cartons. SATI Press Release...

TRANSFORMATION SEMINAR – Stephen Hobson

Stephen Hobson, director at Agrifusion, closed the seminar with an update and overview of the draft AgriBEE codes and the implications for the industry. He mentioned the ongoing uncertainty as to when the AgriBEE codes will be gazetted and unpacked the impact of the changes...