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Record-breaking 9th annual Wood Conference
26 April, 2019
Record-breaking 9th annual Wood Conference
Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) was a hive of activity on 26 February 2019, when delegates from across the world attended the ninth annual Wood Conference. Every year, the conference hosts public professionals from different industries such as architecture... read more
Beetle infestation is killing South Africa’s trees – and no one knows how to stop it
19 April, 2019
Beetle infestation is killing South Africa’s trees – and no one knows how to stop it
After arriving from Southeast Asia about four years ago, the polyphagous shot-hole borer has spread a thousand miles across South Africa, from the eastern city of Pietermaritzburg, where it was discovered in 2017, to indigenous forests on the west coast near Cape Town.  read more
Government should harness business skills to aid a turn around
16 April, 2019
Dolphin Bay
The problems facing the country are so vast and varied that public morale has suffered. To bring about positive chance, President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to persuade many factions that business is not the enemy.​ read more
Change in the date of the FSA annual general meeting
14 April, 2019
FSA
Please be advised that following the announcement of the date of the General Election as 8 May 2019 and the subsequent publication thereof in Government Gazette No 42250 dated 26 February 2019, the decision was taken, in consultation with the relevant parties... read more
Participation in a FSA Health and Safety Working Group
12 April, 2019
FSA
Since my appointment as Operations Manager, FSA now has the capacity to get this Working Group off the ground, the initial attempt being in November 2015. In terms of the steps that we would like to take, the following is relevant. read more
Mondi invests in e-education for Midlands Schools
12 April, 2019
Mondi
Last month, three rural Schools in KwaZulu-Natal - the Mahlahla High School in Bulwer, the Indala High School in Richmond and the Candabuthule High School in Greytown - each received what many would have thought to be impossible - a high tech resource centre read more
Forestry and Related Industries SHE Officer Material and Notice of Meeting
11 April, 2019
SAFCA
The material for the Forestry and Related Industries SHE Officer qualification has been developed thanks to the partnership with Umgano Training Academy, Kwamahlati Training Services, VCS Consulting, Learning through Nature and African Crake Projects. read more
Agri SA guidelines on trespassing and unlawful occupation of private land
11 April, 2019
Agri SA
"Land invasions" are a growing concern, fuelled in most part by certain political parties / organisations (e.g. the EFF & BLF). Agri SA has produced the attached document which provides a guideline as how affected landowners should deal with the problem should they be faced with it. read more
Diesel Fuel Rebate Applicable to Forestry Operations – W.E.F. 3 April 2019
3 April, 2019
AgriSA
Farming, forestry or mining on land is entitled to, 134,8 cents per litre fuel levy on 80 per cent of eligible purchases, plus, 198 cents per litre Road Accident Fund levy on 80 per cent of eligible purchases, This equalling 332,8 cents per litre on 80 per cent of the total eligible purchases. read more
Forest Ecosystems and Management Workshop 2019 (3 Days)
3 April, 2019
Forest Ecosystems and Management Workshop 2019 (3 Days)
This course examines the fundamental concepts of forest ecology and the role of forests in terrestrial ecosystems. The course will be divided into three sections, and will integrate case studies to introduce the student to current research problems in the study of forest ecology. read more

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