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Press Release: TLU SA launches new image – Confirms plans and vision for future Monday | 10 June | 2019

‘Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their ideas, cannot change anything – George Bernard Shaw’. TLU SA today took the first step to a new, confirming approach to progress in the agricultural industry. The organisation has been a beacon for South Africa’s commercial farmers since September 1897. Since its inception the

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PROTOCOL FOR ACCESS TO FARMS Tuesday | 07 July | 2015

During 2001 and due to the seriousness of and the high number of attacks on farms, and the large number of persons killed or otherwise seriously injured, Agri SA developed a protocol to improve the control of persons moving onto or crossing farm property. Some of these attacks, unfortunately, were carried out by persons pretending

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International Bulletin Sept 2013 Thursday | 12 September | 2013

WHO WILL SAVE US FROM THIS RUBBISH? So declared Business Day editor Peter Bruce in his editorial on how the ANC doesn’t know what it’s talking about, specifically with regard to mining, taxes and how a modern economy works. (Business Day 2.9.13).  He was referring to a speech by Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu during

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Food Security Awareness Campaign Friday | 06 September | 2013
International Bulletin, December 2012 Tuesday | 11 December | 2012

THE SYMPTOMS BESPEAK THE DISORDER  Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is characterized by a standing pattern of grandiosity and a complete lack of empathy for others. People with this disorder often display, inter alia, disdainful or patronizing attitudes and have a great sense of self-importance, believe that they are “special” and deserving, have a very strong

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Congratulations Eskom, now think of the farmers Wednesday | 21 November | 2012

Eskom should be congratulated with the fact that during the last six months, until September this year, it could report a R12.6 billion profit, despite the fact that less power was sold even through the winter months. Eskom has apparently provided for a decline in the demand for electricity and that decline indeed turned out

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TAU SA’s monthly International Bulletin for November 2012 Friday | 16 November | 2012

MAKE THE COUNTRY UNGOVERNABLE SAYS ANC GOVERNMENT SUPPORTERS!  Is the irony of this lost on the ANC? This “make the country ungovernable” demand is an old ANC clarion call, and now it has turned on the ruling party with a vengeance. Incongruously, it now emanates from ANC representatives in the Western Cape, the mother province

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TAU SA takes Western Cape unrest to highest levels Thursday | 15 November | 2012

TAU SA sent letters to The ANC Secretary General, the Minister of Agriculture and the President in connection with the unrest in De Doorns and other Western Cape areas. TAU SA asked the ANC’s secretary to take disciplinary action against Mr. Marius Fransman who said the farmers of the De Doorns region will “k*k” as

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Increase in minimum wages will lead to increase in dismissals Tuesday | 13 November | 2012

Following the unrest at De Doorns, the Minister of Agriculture held a meeting with TAU SA and other agricultural unions to discuss the issue of minimum wages for agricultural employees. TAU SA is of the opinion that no consideration can be given to minimum wages for the De Doorns area in isolation. Diversity in Agriculture

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Mediation Agreement in Malema hate speech case Wednesday | 31 October | 2012

 1. TAU SA wants to express its satisfaction with the settlement agreement that has been reached between the ANC, Mr Malema, AfriForum and TAU SA, pertaining to the song “shoot the Boer”, which matter was enrolled for hearing in the Supreme Court of Appeal on Thursday 1 November 2012. 2. TAU SA appreciates the fact

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