Industry Associations

Beyond Farms, Stronger Together.

The main goal of SAGIS is the gathering, processing, analysing and timeous distribution of reliable agronomic information to all role players. Furthermore, they monitor import tariffs, audit certificates for the minimum market access and weekly import and export figures for the maize and wheat industries.

Grain SA provides commodity strategic support and services to South African grain producers to support sustainability.

The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association of South Africa (AFMA), is the official industry representative body of the South African feed industry in the livestock feed sector and larger agricultural environment. As the official representative body for the sector, AFMA positions and aligns itself by identifying the business environment that will benefit its members. This is achieved through its liaison and cooperation with various directly affected groups. These include government departments; regulatory decision-makers; parastatals; forums; related associations, and value chain partners both locally and internationally

Agbiz is a voluntary, dynamic and influential association of agribusinesses operating in South and southern Africa. Agbiz’s function is to ensure that agribusiness plays a constructive role in the country’s economic growth, development and transformation, and to create an environment in which agribusinesses of all sizes and in all sectors can thrive, expand and be competitive.

SACOTA promotes free market principles, sanctity of contracts, ethical trading practises as well as promoting a free and fair trade environment. It creates the means for businesses involved in the grain trading industry to interact to the mutual benefit of all concerned.