Farmer unity – a powerful influence on state policy

Stakeholders in the wider agricultural sector from Europe and the United States of America (USA), but mainly from Africa, gathered at the recent African Agri Investment Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa. The event space rang with the sound of an impressively diverse array of languages, a striking reminder of…

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‘Zim can turn agriculture sector around’

Dr. Theo de Jager, newly elected president of the World Farmers’ Organisation said Zimbabwe still has the potential to fix its agricultural sector. “This can be done if the policy environment is restored. The country still has very good infrastructure and the greatest advantage is that recently there has been…

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Dr Theo de Jager takes leading role at World Farmers’ Organisation

An African is yet again leading the World Farmers’ Organisation(WFO). South African Theo de Jager was elected as its president yesterday. Dr de Jager is the first South African to head the organisation and the second African after Dr Evelyn Nguleka from Zambia. De Jager was nominated by the Zimbabwe…

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New leader for World Farmers’ Organisation

Dr. William Rolleston, vice-president of the World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO), and president of the Federated Farmers of New Zealand, has been appointed acting president of the WFO after the resignation of Dr. Evelyn Nguleka of Zambia. Dr Rolleston will serve the organisation in this position until the next WFO general…

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