A transformed, vibrant agricultural sector for food security and sustainable rural development.
The Department as a lead agent in the sector, will champion land and agrarian transformation, promote and facilitate increased production and provide expertise for improved livelihoods, sustainable rural development and food security for all.
Coordinate and facilitate rural development programmes that contribute to vibrant, equitable and sustainable rural communities
Provision of comprehensive post settlement support to land reform beneficiaries
Ensure food security for all by increasing agricultural production; providing technical support for development of famers and communities
Establishing markets in rural areas
Establish agricultural co-operatives throughout the value-chain
Development and implementation of the sector job creation plan
Promoting sustainable use and management of natural resources
Farm worker development
To provide veterinary services which promote sustainable economic growth through export and import and ensure the health and welfare of people and animals in the Northern Cape
To ensure the competitive capacity of its clients, through the timely provision of progressive technologies and information with regard to crop production, animal production and resource utilisation
To provide economic support to internal and external clients with regard to marketing, statistical information including financial feasibility and economic viability studie
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