RSG Landbou

Die Wes-Kaapse Department van Landbou vervaardig twee weeklikse radio programme vir uitsending op RSG 100-1004fm. Skakel in om te luister na RSG Landbou op Vrydae oggende om 04:45 en Saterdae oggende om 11:45. Eloise Pretorius, radio-omroeper, voer onderhoude met interessante mense oor huidigie tendense in landbou oor die hele land.

Indien u die MP3 wil aflaai, regs-kliek op 'Luister hier', en kies "Save link as" opsie.

The Western Cape Department of Agriculture produces two weekly radio programmes broadcasted on RSG 100 - 104fm. Tune in to listen to RSG Landbou on Friday mornings at 04:45 and Saturday mornings at 11:45. Eloise Pretorius, radio presenter, interviews interesting people on current affairs in agriculture across the country.

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Eloise Pretorius
Radio Presenter
021 808 7612

Eloise Pretorius
Telephone number: 
+27 21 808 7612

Isa Basson van Laingsburg sou nooit kon dink dat haar konfyt en bottels ingelegde vrugte haar brood en botter sou word nie. By Isabel’s in Laingsburg maak hulle konfyt en ingelegde produkte soos jou ouma dit gemaak het. ‘n Toevallige geleentheid om ‘n vriendin destyds uit te help, het later nuwe geleenthede vir Isa beteken. Skakel in op RSG Landbou om haar storie van hoop en inspirasie te hoor.

Isa Basson and her husband, Sonnie, went through a rough time after losing their farm Rietvlei near Laingsburg, in the Western Cape, in 2003. With hardly any money left, Sonnie and his eldest son, Louis, went to do seasonal work for six months on a farm in the US. Basson stayed on at the farmhouse, which they now had to rent, to look after their daughter, Ezéth, and son, Johan, who were both still in school at the time. To make ends meet, she put her hand to any work she could find, including selling crop insurance and raising ostrich chicks. Money, nevertheless, remained tight for the Bassons, so when their neighbour asked them in 2010 whether they could take over a contract to supply a farm stall in Stellenbosch with preserved peaches, they grabbed the opportunity with both hands. This changed their lives forever. Tune into RSG Landbou to hear their story.

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Die Heuningbosbedryf in Suid-Afrika gaan tans gebuk onder geweldige moeilike omstandighede. Navorsers ontdek wel gedurig nuwe eienskappe van inheemse heuningbostee wat goeie geleenthede vir die komplekse bedryf kan beteken. Eugene Smith is voorsitter van die Suid-Afrikaanse Heuningbosteevereniging en sluit by ons aan op RSG Landbou.

Demand for honeybush tea has declined dramatically since the introduction of the COVID-19-related lockdown regulations, with an influx of new entrants to the industry adding to price pressure. Eugene Smith, chairperson of the South African Honeybush Tea Association (SAHTA), said the industry had seen an almost weekly increase in the number of new entrants, and explains the situation to us on RSG Landbou.

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