November 19

November 18

  • Liberia: Chief Karwor Requests Land for Post-Ebola Farming


    The Chairman of the National Traditional Council of Liberia, Chief Zanzan Karwor, is urging the Ministry of Internal Affairs to request local officials in each county to provide... Read more »

  • Kenya: Watamu Against Ring Net Fishing

    The Star

    Watamu Beach Management Unit has filed a petition to the fisheries department against ring net fishing, which resumed this year. Read more »

  • Botswana: Beef Industry Valuable to Economy

    Botswana Daily News

    The beef industry has potential to add value to the economy and improve Batswana's livelihoods. Read more »

  • Zambia: Mwinilunga Small Scale Farmers Threaten FRA

    Zambia Reports

    Some Small scale farmers who sold their maize to the Food Reserve Agency in Mwinilunga district have threatened to get back their commodity if government delays further to paying... Read more »

  • Uganda: Formalising Agriculture Will Widen Tax Base [opinion]


    Any mention of roping in the agricultural sector into the tax bracket will definitely generate very emotional arguments for, but mostly against, targeting income earned from... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Govt Woos Investors Into Agric Sector


    POTENTIAL investors have been urged to see the Nigerian agricultural sector as the best place to invest in Africa, even as the Federal Government said that machinery is already in... Read more »

  • Nigeria: FG's Collaboration With Nigerian Breweries Excites Farmers

    This Day

    In tandem with the focus of the ongoing Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA) to unlock the potentials embedded in the agriculture sector, the federal government has signed a... Read more »

  • Namibia: Mutorwa Urges Community to Take Care of Earth Dam

    New Era

    Agriculture, Water and Forestry Minister, John Mutorwa, is urging the local community to jealously guard the Nghishongwa Earth Dam infrastructure that was made possible by the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Ministry Invites Farmers to Supply Boer Goats

    New Era

    The Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF), through the Ministry's Directorate of Agricultural Production, Extension and Engineering Services (DAPEES) have invited... Read more »

  • Namibia: Nab Does Not Support Gmos Products

    New Era

    The Namibian Organic Association (NOA) and the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) have repeatedly called for the introduction of mandatory and comprehensive labelling for genetically... Read more »

  • Namibia: Production of Pear Cladode Stirs the Interests of Farmers

    New Era

    Namibian Farmers have responded in big numbers to last week's article in Farmers' Forum on cactus (prickly) pear cladode production as a good enterprise for farmers in semi-arid... Read more »

  • Namibia: Kongalend to Hand Over Tractors, Rippers to Farmers

    New Era

    Over a third of Namibia's population does not have access to the kind of financial services they need to improve their lives. Therefore, access to finance is an integral part of... Read more »

  • Namibia: NAU Helps Resettlement Farmers

    New Era

    The Rietfontein Farmers Association has decided to help resettlement farmers on the Farm Neu Sommerau at Kombat with a charcoal project. Read more »

  • Namibia: Likwaterera Community Could Start Farming


    THE San community at the Likwaterera resettlement farm in the Kavango East region could start farming before the end of the year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Develop Your Farm Into a Business [column]

    The Herald

    Years of experience as an agronomist have exposed me to many issues in the agricultural sector of this country. Travelling around the country, interacting with livestock,... Read more »

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