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Tanisha Heiberg

Unique regional status to South Africa's rooibos tea can turn fortunes for crop

Aug 12 2021

VANRHYNSDORP, South Africa Come December, when farmers near Cape Town harvest rooibos leaves, they will become the first generation to grow and sell a tea with a unique regional status, a designation awarded to other such products as French champagne or Irish whiskey. | Video

Cyber attack disrupts major South African port operations

Jul 22 2021

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -A cyber attack has disrupted container operations at the South African port of Cape Town, an email seen by Reuters on Thursday said.

EXCLUSIVE-Cyber attack disrupts major South African port operations

Jul 22 2021

JOHANNESBURG, July 22 A cyber attack disrupted container operations at the South African port of Cape Town, an email seen by Reuters on Thursday said.

EXCLUSIVE-South Africa's Transnet hit by cyber attack, affecting some container terminal operations -sources

Jul 22 2021

JOHANNESBURG, July 22 South African state-owned logistics firm Transnet was hit by a suspected cyber attack, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday, affecting some of its container terminal operations.

South Africa unrest hits farming, threatens food supply

Jul 13 2021

JOHANNESBURG South African farmers have been hit by days of unrest and looting as trucks carrying produce are prevented from delivering to markets, threatening food supplies, industry officials said.

South Africa's AngloGold's new CEO to tackle 'enormous' discount

Jul 06 2021

JOHANNESBURG AngloGold Ashanti's newly-appointed chief executive officer Alberto Calderon told Reuters on Tuesday he will take action to remove a roughly 80% discount in value relative to its gold mining peers and dismissed merger rumours.

S. African researchers hope to deter rhino poachers with radioactive markers

Jun 04 2021

JOHANNESBURG Researchers in South Africa are working on a potentially new method to deter rhino poachers and smugglers by using radioactive markers to make smuggled horns detectable at global ports of entry and less desirable to buyers. | Video

UPDATE 2-S.Africa's Nedbank aims zero exposure to fossil fuels by 2045

Apr 22 2021

* Lender to halt direct funding of new oil and gas exploration

South Africa's surge in tomato prices expected to ease

Apr 21 2021

JOHANNESBURG A surge in South African tomato prices, after output was hit by wet weather in the main growing areas, is expected to be short-lived, bringing comfort to cash-strapped consumers.

DEALTALK-Flush from soaring platinum prices, Sibanye-Stillwater hunts for gold

Apr 07 2021

* Sibanye-Stillwater CEO moots merger of S.African gold miners

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