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Regering wil hoenderstorting keer

Talle hoenderprodusente is “op die randjie van die afgrond”, en die Regering gaan help, sê die Landbouminister. ’n Reguleringsraamwerk is...

Chicken industry’s survival rests on a level playing field for import tariffs

European countries have been accused of destroying industries in countries such as Ghana, Benin and Nigeria   Is SA making...

FAWU calls for ‘trade war’ with the EU

Cape Town – The Food and Allied Workers’ Union (Fawu) on Friday asked MPs to support a “trade war” with...

How dumped chicken kills jobs and rakes in millions

Published in Saturday Star, 11 March 2017.   There’s a fortune to be made out of chicken in South Africa....

Tariffs won’t save poultry industry

 Johannesburg  – Imposing increased tariffs on imported poultry products is not the only solution to protecting the South African poultry...

From chicken to beer: It’s all part of ekeing out a living

Johannesburg – The home of Phyllis Dubazane in Phumlani has many doors. Door one is the official front door, the...

SA workers march to save jobs

Workers, unions and company bosses in South Africa’s poultry industry were united in the march to the European Union embassy....

The predatory 14% that is slowly killing SA’s chicken industry

As South Africa’s beleaguered chicken industry battles under the effects of EU dumping, denials of any wrongdoing by the EU have included...

South Africa’s poultry industry protests against EU dumping

South Africa’s poultry industry says it is on the brink of collapse due to hotly-denied accusations that the European Union...

SONA 2017 failed to address job losses, says FairPlay

In his 2017 State of the Nation address, President Jacob Zuma made frequent references to the need to create jobs...







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