Not so sweet for sugar

South Africa's sugar industry has been hit by high levels of dumped imports, and now, a higher sugar tax.

A bitter pill for the sugar industry

Sugarcane worth R300 million has been destroyed, jeopardising the recovery of South Africa's fragile sugar industry.

SA’s sugar master: hitting the sweet spot

Could the master plan for the sugar industry bring the economic policy breakthrough the sector has been searching for?

Saving SA’s sugar industry

A master plan to save SA’s sugar industry has been approved by the South African Government. SA’s sugar sector has...

New measures to support distressed sectors including sugar and steel

President Cyril Ramaphosa says a new sugar master plan will be finalised within the next six weeks while a steel...

Cheap chicken, sugar imports hit RCL Foods

RCL Foods is appealing to the South African government to limit cheap imports of chicken and sugar after an influx...

The sugar crisis is your problem

The South African sugar industry is facing a crisis, and the South African Cane Growers’ Association warns that this R14...

South African Canegrowers Association to brief Parliament committee on sugar industry crisis

The South African Canegrowers Association said on Monday it would brief Parliament’s trade and industry portfolio committee on the crisis...

Bitter time for sugar industry

IS THE South African sugar industry in a crisis? Yes, according to the South African Canegrowers Association. But the government...

Far from sweet for sugar sector

THE South African sugar industry was buckling under pressure, with the number of farmers continuing to show a steady decline...

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