South Africa Continues to be a pacesetter in agriculture

19 February 2020 - South Africa continues to be a global pacesetter in many aspects of agriculture. This was evident from many of the presentations on the first day of the inaugural Africa Agri Tech Conference and Expo in Pretoria.

Founding of Agricultural Development Agency

"A New Landmark in SA History"

 

19 February 2020 - The launch of the Agricultural Development Agency (AGDA) at the three-day Africa Agri Tech Conference and Expo in Pretoria today (Tuesday, February 28) has been heralded as a landmark in the history of South Africa by bringing together the various role players in the agricultural environment to be part of a powerful initiative led by passionate people.

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Africa Agri Tech is an ideal event at the right time for SA\'s agricultural stakeholders 

18 February 2020 - South Africa has taken the initiative in promoting the use of advanced technologies in agriculture by staging a focused, international conference and expo, Africa Agri Tech, at the Sun Arena in Pretoria East, from 18 - 20 February. The theme will be "2020 and Beyond".

The three-day event explores the impact of evolving specific data and technology on the agricultural sector, both locally and globally. This offering of an expo and conference programme has the backing of major sponsors AFGRI, Landbouweekblad, Grobank and Farmer's Weekly.

 

Brenda Tlhabane joins AAT as ambassador 

23 January 2020 - The renowned young farmer, Brenda Tlhabane joined Africa Agri Tech (AAT) as ambassador, and will advise the organisers on a number of inclusive activities.

Ms Tlhabane is the founder of Temo Ya Tlhabane Holdings and is well known in the red meat industry as a cattle breeder, but also as a producer of other agricultural commodities. She is a co-founder of South African Women in AgriBusiness in Sub Sahara Alliance focusing on rural women and youth upliftment.

AGDA to launch at AAT

13 January 2020 - The much-anticipated Agriculture Development Agency will be officially launched at the Africa Agri Tech Conference and Expo (AAT) on 18 February 2020, to be held at the Maslow Hotel, Times Square, Menlyn Main in Pretoria.

Science and technology in agriculture under the spotlight at Pretoria event 

21 November 2019 - Africa Agri Tech (AAT) sets the stage for the agriculture sector in 2020 and beyond. The event comprises a three-day technology conference featuring future trends, technologies, products and solutions that will revolutionise agricultural business practices going forward.

Africa Agri Tech backed by ag giant AFGRI

19 November 2019 - The AFGRI Group has announced its support for the AFRICA AGRI TECH conference and expo, which will be hosted in Pretoria from 18 to 20 February 2020. The event promises to be one of the highlights on the 2020 agricultural calendar and will showcase the latest technologies transforming agriculture and related value chains, whilst addressing the issue of our new reality - the tech revolution: Industry 4.0.

Landbouweekblad to partner with Africa Agri Tech 2020

02 October 2019 - Africa Agri Tech sets the stage for agriculture in 2020 and beyond with a three-day conference and workshop programme featuring trends, technologies, products and solutions that will revolutionise agricultural business practices going forward.

Science and technology in agriculture under the spotlight at Pretoria event

16 September 2019 - New technologies are disrupting every industry, and agriculture is no exception. Africa Agri Tech taking place from 18 - 20 February 2020 focuses the Southern African agricultural community's agenda on how the adoption of the latest technologies, innovations and advances in AgTech can deliver greater efficiencies for farmers in 2020 and beyond.