Gauteng: Workshop on the revised seed laws in South Africa in preparation for the Public Hearing on the 12th August Date: Saturday the 5th August Venue: UJ Soweto Campus Hall B3 Time: 10am-1pm Contact us for any questions Claire: 074 694 4623 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org Seed Workshop August 5 Invitation / Click here for more info Gauteng Public Hearing (Bronkhorstspruit Community Hall) Date: Saturday, 12 August 2017 Time: 10H00 – 14H00 Address: 32 Olifant Crescent, stand 34,...
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take this opportunity to add your voice to support the smallscale farmers of South Africa who wish to continue offering you the food varieties that nourish you. African Centre for Biodiversity wrote: The Plant Breeders’ Rights and Plant Improvement Bills restrict the saving, trading, exchanging, and sale of seed.
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