‘Towards Modernised Silviculture’ is the focus of a free webinar presented by the Forestry Department of Nelson Mandela University on
PRIME PLANTATION FARM – 4 300 HA – BARBERTON AREA ON AUCTION... VANS MPUMALANGA AUCTIONEERS will auction four farm portions
The STIHL MS 382 is the enhanced version of the legendary MS 381, until now the top selling chainsaw in
PG Bison has appointed Francis Zhangazha as General Manager of North Eastern Cape Forests (NECF) with effect from 1 September
Husqvarna has partnered with Sharks and Springbok rugby icon Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira to spice up their brand image. The ‘Beast’,
Download SA forestry magazine July edition for free and read Chris Chapman's editorial for all the highlights of the 'comeback'
The deadline for entries in the local leg of the Blue Sky Young Researchers Innovation Award is Monday 24th August.
The XV World Forestry Congress (WFC) will be held from 24 to 28 May 2021 in Seoul, South Korea. Preparations
Contaminated oil is dripping into agricultural land across South Africa, contaminating groundwater and rivers as a result of old-fashioned farming
Danny Knoesen takes over the helm as General Manager of NCT Forestry Cooperative Ltd at an interesting time in history.
FSA reports that after years of engagement with the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), an amended Water Use Licence
SA Forestry journalist-at-large JUSTIN NYAKUDANGA chats to small-scale growers and a transport contractor, to find out how they are doing
Covid virus lockdown and business disruptions have seen a number of forestry events cancelled, postponed or going ahead as a
When it comes to harvester heads, diversity is key. The characteristics of timber varies. Mill requirements vary. Yet the harvester
Stellenbosch University’s Prof Michael Samways has penned a new 600-page book that provides both academic insights and practical guidelines on
On 31 December 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan City, China. ‘Severe
A new lumber preserving process being developed by Georgia Tech researchers could offer advantages over pressure treating... Pressure treating, which
Sawmilling South Africa (SSA) and the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) have offered the South African Government their
In the last ten years, 153 576 hectares of plantation forest have been damaged by fire. This figure would have
By Chris Chapman How the SA Forestry Sector survives through lockdown and an uncertain future … The Forestry South Africa
‘We want our land back, jobs and economic opportunities’ … a case of timber gone missing at Richmond Municipality. By
With the Coronavirus arriving on SA shores, we've decided to save you the trip to the postbox to pick up
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World Cancer Day saw one of our national heroes get downright muddy for all the right reasons. Headlining this year’s