Given the impact of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, SAEOPA’s 2nd Southern African Conference on Essential and Vegetable Oils could not be hosted in 2021. A 3-part webinar series on The role of quality infrastructure in supporting market access for essential and vegetable oils and knowledge transfer was presented on 31 August – 2 September 2021.
The links to the 14 pre-recorded presentations are as follows:
Day 1, 31 August 2021
NMISA & the role of metrology in facilitating trade – Mr Ndwakhulu Mukhufhi
NRCS & its role in consumer protection & trade metrology – Mr Trevor Tshepo Modiba
SABS & the role of standardisation in facilitating trade – Dr Sadhvir Bissoon
SANAS & the role of accreditation in facilitating trade – Mr Mpho Phaloane
Day 2, 1 September 2021
Wild harvesting – My journey & requirements for meeting customers’ demands – Ms Nyarai Kurebgaseka
Strength in numbers – Incubation approach to essential & vegetable oils – Mr Tafara Shuro
A lesson in soil & seed selection – Mr Obed Khumbulo Nelovholwe
An essential & vegetable oils buyer’s perspective – Ms Nicola Laubscher
Day 3, 2 September 2021
Cultivated farming – My journey & insight into essential & vegetable oils – Mr Grant McMurray
Wild harvesting – My journey & insight into vegetable oils – Ms Thandie Lebotse-Zulu
Wild harvesting – My journey & insight into wild harvesting – Mr Wynand Gericke
Seed oils – My journey & insight – Mr Adolf Joubert
The importance of quality infrastructure in supporting essential & vegetable oils – Mr Ndwakhulu Mukhufhi
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Particulars on exhibition space will be advised.
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