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Sugar production is an important agricultural activity in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) as it creates employment, sustains rural development and has immeasurable potential for the development of green economies.
Consumption of sugar in sub-Saharan Africa is expected to rise from an estimated 8.5 million tons currently to 11.8 million tons by 2020, according to the International Sugar Organisation. As a result, considerable expansion is expected in the SADC region, which will no doubt attract a “flurry” of economic activity over the next three to five years.
The SADC Sugar Digest is the only publication tracking this growing industry and its activities across the region with top level commentary and insight.
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Tongaat Hulett has a worldwide reputation as a supplier of superior sugar technology, most notably the award- winning Tongaat Hulett continuous vacuum pan (over 160 installed around the world) and the original Tongaat Hulett Diffuser. Continuing the...read more
Following unexpected challenges at the Kilombero Sugar Company mill in South Eastern Tanzania during the 2013/2014 season, the average miller-cum-planter crop age was upped to 13.7 months in the 2014/15 season. The increased cane age revealed a critical...read more
University of KwaZulu-Natal economics Masters student Warwick Thomson put the case for the potential of diverting biomass from South Africa’s sugarcane crop for the manufacture of selected bio-based polymers or plastics, during a short, non-refereed paper...read more
The 8th Africa Sugar Outlook, the industry’s preeminent conference, is your go to event for updates on trade policy, new investment projects, regional markets and production efficiencies. With a demonstrated track record of success, and an unrivalled line...read more