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Far-flung areas ready for factories, agricultural initiatives, says Mabuza By Zine George - 20 July 2018 Deputy President David Mabuza says building factories and agroprocessing centres in rural areas is key to making these areas economically viable. “The revitalisation of township and rural economies is no longer about...

Community shareholding scheme tums life around for Amajingqi village ZOUILE MENZELWYA POLITICAL REPORTER [caption id="attachment_16903" align="alignright" width="270"] Vanxuse Nkololwane[/caption] Had it not been for the Amajingqi Macadamia Farming (AMF) project. 57-year-old Vanxuse Nkololwane would still be living in poverty. AMF is a community-based macadamia farming project initiated in 2013 through...

Amajingqi Macadamia Farming held a sod turning event on 30 September 2016 in Shixini Village, Willowvale. Spearheaded by East Cape Macadamia (ECM), the initiative is the second macadamia growing site in the Eastern Cape’s coastal belt between East London and Bizana.   https://ecmacadamia.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Radio-Umhlobo-Wenene.m4a...

Amajingqi Macadamia Farming held a sod turning event on 30 September 2016 in Shixini Village, Willowvale. Spearheaded by East Cape Macadamia (ECM), the initiative is the second macadamia growing site in the Eastern Cape’s coastal belt between East London and Bizana. https://ecmacadamia.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/TV-SABC-1.mp4...

22 June 2106 - Reports of members of the Ncera community vandalising a R100-million investment by government into a Macadamia plantation because of alleged differences among those involved (DD, March 15 and 16) are both disturbing and devastating for the Macadamia industry in the Eastern Cape. Ncera...

15 June 2016 - Angry Eastern Cape residents have destroyed parts of a macadamia nut project into which government has poured more than R100-million. Ncera residents, near Kidd’s Beach just outside East London, armed with axes and bush cutters, allegedly cut through the Ncera Macadamia Farm’s (NMF)...

25 July 2014 - THE Western Cape has the winelands, KwaZulu-Natal has sugarcane and now the Eastern Cape wants to be known for the massive production of macadamia nuts. With 4200 hectares of land targeted for macadamia production in the coastal belt between East London and...