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Reviving the Tsitsikamma Wetlands
14 December, 2018
A century-old decision to drain the Tsitsikamma wetlands has resulted in grave damage. But an MTO project is bringing nature back to this eco gem. The Tsitsikamma region was once home to impressive wetlands. Those days are returning thanks to an ambitious project... read more
Forestry and Related Industries Small Power Tool Operator qualification
14 December, 2018
A Forestry and Related Industries Small Power Tool Operator operates a variety of small power tools in various silviculture activites or other operations in forestry and related industry organisations for maintaining and protecting the environment. read more
Congratulatory Letter to the CEO Ms. Felleng Yende
14 December, 2018
FP&M Seta
Letter of Congratulations to the CEO on her Appointment as Chief Executive Officer of the FP&M SETA read more
Unauthorised use of ITC-SA logo strongly discouraged
13 December, 2018
It has come to the attention of the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA), South Africa's professional body for the engineered timber construction sector, that its trademark and logo have been used inappropriately by a handful of unscrupulous contractors... read more
NMW calculation and pointers
13 December, 2018
Agri SA
Increase in minimum wages W.E.F 1st January 2019 read more
Southern Cape forest fires pose serious risk to sustainability of regional timber industry
13 December, 2018
A total of 7 643 hectares of predominantly pine plantations belonging to private timber growers in the Southern Cape region have either been totally or partially destroyed in the fires that raged in the Outeniqua Mountains between 25 October and 16 November 2018. read more
Shining light on our economy
12 December, 2018
Dolphin Bay
In this story, leading economist Dr Azar Jammine, Director and Chief Economist of Econometrix, gives the Dolphin Bay Brief insights into the major factors that will determine whether the South African economy improves or deteriorates next year, and outlines several reasons for hope. read more
The future is planting Wattle Clones
11 December, 2018
The future is planting Wattle Clones
The future is planting Wattle Clones. read more
Infographic - process for amending Constitution
6 December, 2018
Agri SA
Infographic received from Agri SA which shows the process that will be followed i.r.o. the changing of Section 25 of the Constitution to allow for EWC. read more
Property valuation regulations
6 December, 2018
Agri SA
Copy of the final regulations that have been approved by the Minister and which were received from Annelize Crosby of Agri SA. read more
Calling all teachers: Show our forests some love and win a trip to Rome!
5 December, 2018
Trees are very important as they provide our planet with essential environmental services while also giving us jobs, products and fun. To celebrate the many fantastic things about forests, both natural and planted, the Food and Agriculture Organisation... read more
Professor Fanus Venter Appointed As Deputy-Director Of FABI
5 December, 2018
FABI Management is delighted with the appointment of Prof Fanus Venter as the Deputy Director of FABI. The position was created against the backdrop of the size and expansion of the Institute and the fact that Prof Bernard Slippers currently holds the Directorship of both FABI and Future Africa. read more