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September 2011 marked 50 years of the Agricultural Economics Association of South Africa existence. The Agricultural Economics Association of South Africa (AEASA) is the professional organisation of agricultural economists in South Africa. It was established in 1961 and has more than 500 members. Read More



The South African Agricultural Economic Professionals Fellowship is administered by the National Agricultural Marketing Council and the Agricultural Economics Association of South Africa. It provides support and networking opportunities for South Africa’s young agricultural professionals working in the areas of land reform, agricultural trade, agribusiness development, management, policy, and marketing. Read More



The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) is a regional multi-stakeholder network formed in response to a call by Agriculture Ministers in the East and Southern Africa region for a network that could provide independent evidence to inform policy harmonization at regional leve. Read More



In 2009 the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy (BFAP) together with the NAMC participated in the Agribenchmark exercise and contributed a total of four South African farms to the network. The regions from where the typical farms were taken were carefully selected with respect to their geographic location and overall representation of the typical farms for the specific region in South Africa. Read More



Market Matters Inc. (MM Inc.) is an independent, not-for-profit, international development organization. Founded in 2002, MM Inc. develops and implements capacity- and network-building programs that put marketing principles, business strategies, and research findings into practice to foster economic development. Read More



ITC's mission is to enable small business export success in developing and transition-economy countries, by providing, with partners, sustainable and inclusive development solutions to the private sector, trade support institutions and policymakers. Read More



In 20 November 2012, the NAMC together with the Chris Hani District Municipality entered into an agreement to form a partnership and support for the Red Meat Development Programme and other development schemes in the Municipality. Read More



The NAMC and the Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Land Administration have collaborated on the design of groundnuts development scheme which will be roll-out in three districts of the Mpumalanga Province. The scheme is targeting over 100 producers on 2000 ha of land. Read More



Quarterly, the NAMC submits its performance report to DAFF quarterly. Besides NAMC being a State Owned Entity we collaborate on with the Departments various divisions. Read More



Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy (BFAP) was founded in 2004 and is made up of 37 public and private sector analysts and experts who pool their knowledge and research to inform decision-making within South Africa’s food production and processing system. Read More



The Trade Law Centre for Southern Africa is a capacity-building organisation developing trade-related capacity in east and southern Africa. The organisation aims to enhance the trade law and policy capacity in this region and works with governments and non-state actors including private sector and civil society organisations. Read More



SA Essential Oil Business Incubator is a section 21 company, funded by Seda Technology Programme and with the goal to establish and support sustainable SMMEs in the essential oils industry. Read More



Subtropical Growers Association is an association of associations that manages the affairs of the South African Avocado (SAAGA), Mango (SAMGA), Macadamia (SAMAC) and Litchi (SALGA) Growers Association.  Read More