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WESGRO

WESGRO

We are the Official Tourism & Trade, Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape. Our divisions include Tourism, Trade, Investment Promotion, Research, Film & Media and the Convention Bureau. We are a region of unlimited potential. And this translates into unlimited opportunity. Whether you’re interested in unique travel experiences, investment, shooting a film or exporting to Africa and the rest of the world, Cape Town and the Western Cape has something for you. Let us help you uncover these opportunities.

The agri-business sector is one of the most important components of the Western Cape’s economy. It leads regional exports, second only to the petroleum sector. It lies at the heart of the region’s ability to drive economic development, contributing billions to the regional GDP.
Agro Dealers Association of South Africa

Agro Dealers Association of South Africa

The Agro input dealers Association of Southern Africa (ADASA) is the national apex organization for all agro-input dealers in South Africa. It was established in 2017 for the purpose of empowering the most disadvantaged Agro dealer SMMEs to render Agro dealer businesses next to the Agricultural SMMEs entrepreneurs farming locations in order to cut travelling costs and save time.

We the members of ADASA believe that the private sector input dealers are the engine of growth for the Southern Africa agricultural sector and are a prime force behind the modernization of South Africa Agriculture and the achievement of national food security resulting from improved yields. We also render Technical, Training and Mentoring farmers comprehensively in using agro-inputs.

It is our responsibility and privilege to foster the growth of an efficient and cost effective input distribution network that will reach all farmers in South Africa.

Industry Partners

International Fertilizer Association

International Fertilizer Association

The International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) is a non profit organization that represents the global fertilizer industry, on issues related to the promotion of plant nutrients, improvement of the operating environment of the member companies and the collection and compilation of industry information. IFA members serve farmers everywhere as they meet the world’s growing food, feed, fibre and bioenergy needs in a sustainable manner.

IFA is based in Paris, France, has 525 members in 85 countries. About half of the membership is based in developing countries. IFA member companies represent all activities related to the production, trade, transport and distribution of every type of fertilizer, their raw materials and intermediates. IFA’s membership also includes organizations involved in construction, engineering, consulting, agronomic research and training.
Fertilizer Association of Southern Africa (FERTASA)

Fertilizer Association of Southern Africa (FERTASA)

The Fertilizer Society of South Africa was established in 1959. It was restructured in 2014, when it became known as the Fertilizer Association of Southern Africa (Fertasa). The Association represents the fertilizer industry in Southern Africa, with its members producing, trading, blending and distributing fertilizer products across this region. Fertasa’s purpose is to act as the recognised and preferred body that promotes the image of the fertilizer industry by:

  • Promoting the integrity of its members and building preferential trust for their products and services;
  • Enhancing and protecting the interests of its members through effective engagement with government and organised agriculture.


Official Publications

Fertilizer International

Fertilizer International

A unique perspective on the global fertilizer industry Serving the industry for over 40 years, Fertilizer International provides a journal of record for the global fertilizer business. The magazine analyses developments in the world fertilizer industry worldwide, as well as assessing the wider economic and political factors that impact on agricultural and fertilizer markets. Fertilizer International’s editorial coverage includes regional, country and company profiles, interviews with industry leaders and reviews of trade, production, consumption, logistics and technology, plus overviews of agronomic issues. The Phosphates & Potash Insight section embraces the availability of resources, downstream production, commerce and the marketing of vital P and K nutrients. 

Regular assessments are made of the mining and beneficiation of phosphate rock, potash production technology and processes for the production of downstream phosphoric acid, phosphate and NPK fertilizers, with an emphasis on environmental stewardship, energy savings, the use, recycling or disposal of by-products, and the maximisation of production efficiencies.
CRU Fertilizer Week

CRU Fertilizer Week

Fertilizer Week brings together 200+ global fertilizer prices assessed weekly across all nutrients and major fertilizer products in a single service, based on a robust and transparent methodology, supported by analysis and market-moving news

Monthly short-term forecasts (looking forward six months) for key urea, ammonia, NPKs, DAP, sulphur, sulphuric acid and potash benchmarks. Our short-term forecasts, formulated in cooperation with CRU’s industry-leading analysts, will help inform your buying and selling decisions in markets that are often extremely volatile

Supporting Publications

African Farming and Food Processing

African Farming and Food Processing

African Farming and Food Processing has been providing the continent’s farmers and agribusiness with a reliable source of news and information on products, techniques and suppliers for nearly 40 years.

Each bi-monthly magazine issue contains a mix of independent editorials devoted to sustainable agricultural development, market intelligence, products, techniques and innovations across all agricultural sectors as well as coverage of all the major exhibitions and trade events.  

www.africanfarming.net is updated with content on a daily basis and the monthly e-newsletter provides a digest of the top news and developments as well as a link to the current digital magazine edition.


World Fertilizer Magazine

World Fertilizer Magazine

World Fertilizer Magazine covers the entire fertilizer industry, from mining and manufacture to blending and transportation around the world.
African Agri-Business Journal

African Agri-Business Journal

African AgriBusiness Journal, an African agricultural focussed publication with a dynamic online platform offers insightful information on agriculture, markets and developments in the continent. The triannual publication also offers a unique opportunity for businesses to utilise their most effective mechanism for delivering messages to their target audience.
Harvest SA

Harvest SA

Harvest SA’s readers are forward thinking, solution-driven, profit orientated and politically diverse. Our wide readership is a direct result of the magazine’s broad range of topics and expert contributors.
Harvest SA showcases the latest in agricultural research from bodies such as the Agricultural Research Council. Harvest SA is the perfect multi- award winning agricultural magazine that will give your company the most cost-effective way to reach your target market and get your message across to important stakeholders in the agricultural sector of South Africa.
Farmers Weekly

Farmers Weekly

Farmer’s Weekly is South Africa’s leading source of news and information about the Agriculture and Agribusiness sectors, having served the sector for more than 108 years. Trusted by farmers and agribusiness professionals as a source of advice, inspiration and the latest farming news, Farmer’s Weekly has evolved into much more than just an agricultural magazine. The brand has grown to include some of the most widely read online platforms for agricultural news in Africa. Farmer’s Weekly seeks to inform the wider public about the crucial role that agriculture plays in the African economy, to motivate and inspire farmers and other role players in the agriculture sector, as well as to promote the interests of sustainable food and fibre production.