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Agri SA is committed to the development of agriculture in South Africa. We are a non-profit organisation that is helping to develop a stable, profitable agricultural environment within this country.

Agri SA, a federation of agricultural organisations, was established in 1904 as the South African Agricultural Union and consists of 9 provincial- and 25 commodity organisations as well as 56 corporate members. Essentially Agri SA, through its affiliated membership represents a diverse grouping of individual farmers regardless of gender, colour or creed.


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Agri SA’s key priorities focus on:
• The international competitiveness of all members.
• Use its influence to promote an enabling environment for all our members.
• Be a watchdog for the sector – keep farms in production: be the custodian of primary agriculture and the required resources.
• Custodian of all farmers regardless of race, creed or gender.
• Establish and maintain a strong development mandate to secure inclusive growth and prosperity in the sector.
• Exert world class policy influence, i.e. trade, resources, labour, etc.
• Continuously adapt to an ever-changing environment.
• Contribute to sustainable agriculture by focusing on people, planet and profit.


Agri, which incorporates Die Boer / The Farmer, is Agri SA's bi-monthly digital magazine.

In many cases, a crisis brings out the best in people. It is also true that difficult times tend to accelerate innovation, which eventually brings us to places even better than where we were before the crisis began.

This is especially apparent as the turbulence caused by the Coronavirus spreads worldwide. The huge negative impact on people and the business world, is exactly what forced us to implement new solutions, perhaps faster than we would in normal circumstances.

This is certainly true for Agri SA and AGRI magazine. Due to the national lockdown, we are unable to print and distribute the latest edition of AGRI, although the magazine is done and ready for print. We, therefore, had to make innovative plans to implement the digital version of our magazine sooner than we had initially planned.

The good news is that we are now ready to do so and the digital publication will be available to all our readers in the next two weeks. This digital platform is user-friendly, modern and convenient.

Access to information is something we want to make easy for our members, and the development of AGRI’s digital format is a way to ensure that our readers stay informed.

We look forward to this new era of sharing information and believe that you will be just as excited about it as we are.

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Tariefkaart | Rate card 2020/2021

Digital editions
Agri Julie/Augustus | July/August 2020
Agri Vol 57 | No 2 Maart/March | April/April 2020

Previous editions
Agri Vol 56 | No 2 Januarie/January | Februarie/February 2020
Agri Vol 55 | No 2 September | Oktober/October 2019
Agri Vol 54 | No 2 Julie/July | Augustus/August 2019
Agri Vol 53 | No 2 Mei/May | Junie/June 2019
Agri Vol 52 | No 2 Maart/March | April 2019
Agri Vol 51 | No 2 Januarie/January | Februarie/February 2019
Agri Vol 50 | No 2 Oktober/October | November 2018
Agri Vol 49 | Nr 2 Augustus/September 2018
Agri Vol 48 | Nr 2 June/July 2018