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Upcoming Events at the ICFR
23 February, 2017
Collaboration, partnerships, research, knowledge sharing, networking and some celebrations... 2017 promises to be a busy and exciting year for the Institute for Commercial Forestry Research (ICFR). This year sees the ICFR celebrate its 70th birthday! The Institute has over the years proudly... read more
Impact of baboons in timber plantations
22 February, 2017
Forestry South Africa
Baboons cause substantial losses for citrus, banana, maize, vegetable, macadamia, avocado, grape and timber farmers.The forestry industry works with other farming groups, nature conservation agencies, environmental bodies and the scientific community, to ensure that control... read more
National Minimum Wage Agreement has now been signed
13 February, 2017
Following negotiations at Nedlac, the National Minimum Wage Agreement was signed by the parties involved (with the exception of Cosatu) on Tuesday 7 February 2017.  read more
IUFRO Congress Newsletter 2017
9 February, 2017
In this newsletter we present, Call for Abstracts: aftermath and revisions, Current Congress Schedule and the First Bronze Sponsor: MDPI Forest. read more
New Minimum Wages for Farm & Forestry Workers W.E.F. 1 March 2017
9 February, 2017
Given the current formula used to determine mid-cycle new minimum wages, (i.e. CPI excluding owners' equivalent rent published in December 2016, plus 1%) the new minimum wage will increase by 8%. read more
Horticultural & Agricultural Skills Training Courses - Protea Agricultural Training Centre
2 February, 2017
Horticultural & Agricultural Skills Training, Year programme 2017 read more