Fresh produce market challenges and opportunities: A case for the Johannesburg Municipal Fresh Produce Market

Date: July 19, 2023
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Venue: MS Teams

Originally published by the National Agricultural Marketing Council.

The National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC) invites you to attend an upcoming seminar titled, “Fresh Produce Market Challenges and Opportunities: A Case for the Johannesburg Municipal Fresh Produce Market”. This seminar aims to share insights about the evolving landscape of the fresh produce market and explore various challenges and opportunities faced by the market.

Event details

Date: 19 July 2023

Time: 10:00 – 12:00

Platform: MS Teams | Register now


  • Dr Ndiadivha P. Tempia (Senior Manager: Markets and Economic Research Centre, NAMC)
  • Mr Elvis Nakana (Manager: Smallholder Market Access, NAMC)
  • Ms Makhanana Malungane (University of Pretoria)
  • Dr Marc Wegerif (Senior Lecturer, University of Pretoria; Project Lead, DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Food Security)

We highly encourage you to join us for this insightful seminar. To register, please click here. Kindly note that registration is mandatory in order to receive the MS Teams link.

We are looking forward to your attendance at this seminar. This is the opportunity to share knowledge and ideas about the fresh produce industry.

For enquiries, please contact David Mohale (dmohale@namc.co.za) or Daniel Rambau (drambau@namc.co.za).

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