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CMO expands and restructures
28 September, 2016
Our South African forestry customer base requires suppliers to remain innovative and sensitive to your needs. To this end, CMO is happy to advise that we now have a full-time manager in KZN, South Africa. read more
Register for the 6th Annual Forestry Training Indaba - Free of charge
26 September, 2016
Come and join the Forestry Training Indaba and tap into a wealth of knowledge, resources, know-how and inspiration. The 2016 Forestry Indaba brings together all you need to know to improve training and development requirements. read more
AGFO Expo - Programme of Events
26 September, 2016
AGFo Expo
Agriculture and Forestry Exhibitors (over 100 stands) • Agforum • March by Firefighters Bomber Fly-by • Bell Driving Competition • Chain-saw cutting and many more competitions • Arts & Crafts Markets • Food & Beverage Stalls • Beer Tent • Children's Entertainment. • Evening Entertainment: Radio Kalahari Orkes read more
Invitation: ICFR Occasional Seminar on Biorefinery Technologies
26 September, 2016
An invitation to the next ICFR Occasional Seminar of 2016, to be held at the ICFR in Pietermaritzburg. The seminar is entitled Biorefinery Technologies in the Forest Products Industries read more
Provincial hearings on the PDALB
26 September, 2016

The Protection and Development of Agricultural Land Bill (PDALB) has been redrafted in its entirety by DAFF. The revised Bill has been submitted to Nedlac, but the Department is simultaneously hosting provincial consultations on the Bill.

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Media Statement by the Chief Land Claims Commissioner
26 September, 2016
Commission on Restitution of Land Rights
The implications of the Constitutional Court ruling on the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act, 2014 on the operations of the Commission. read more
ICFR Wattle Field Day
26 September, 2016
Invitation to the next ICFR field day of 2016, in the Central Region, which will have a wattle focus and will be held at Ignite Charcoal factory and Tamboekiesbult farm, near Paulpietersburg, on Tuesday 25 October. read more
Partnering up in KwaZulu-Natal to save rhinos
23 September, 2016
With yesterday being World Rhino Day, 8-year old Vuyo was dehorned at Gwahumbe Game & Spa in Mid-Illovo.  It's partnership with Husqvarna & Hilton veterinary surgeon Ryan Van Deventer will, hopefully, ensure the survival of the lodge's last remaining male rhino, Vuyo, & finally allow the expansion of its herd. read more
ICFR Occasional Seminar on Anomaly detection using Satellite technology
22 September, 2016
The seminar is entitled Anomaly detection using satellite imagery: A University of California and will be given by ICFR's Dr Kabir Peerbhay on Wednesday 5 October 2016, at 14h45 for 15h00 -16h00 in the ICFR Conference Room, ICFR, Pietermaritzburg, UKZN, Carbis Rd.   read more
SPCA receives welcome donation
21 September, 2016
Department of Agriculture
With a smile on their dial, volunteers from the public and the International Association for Human Values (IAHV) planted trees at the society's Lakefield premises. The association secured 2 711 trees through their partnership with the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. read more
Higher Certificate in Veldfire Management
19 September, 2016
Veldfire Management is unavoidably part of the live of all natural resource managers (Farmers, Conservationists, Foresters, etc.). Unfortunately the effect of veldfires are hugely underestimated and annually the economy of South Africa suffers millions of rants because of destructive veldfires. read more
LIGNA 2017
18 September, 2016
LIGNA, the world's leading trade fair for machinery, plant and tools for the woodworking and timber processing industry, is gearing up for its 2017 season (22 to 26 May) with a new, more visitor-centric layout of themes. The significance of the new layout for the primary timber industry... read more
Celebrating trees, wood & water this Arbor Week - (4-10 September)
5 September, 2016
Forestry South Africa
In South Africa, 1.3 million hectares (ha) of pine and eucalyptus trees are sustainably managed for commercial processing into wood and paper products. Through modern science and nanotechnology, wood fibre - cellulose - is used in automobiles, aerospace, defence and even medicine. read more