October 22

  • Zambia: Agro, Industrial Urban Growth Links

    Times of Zambia

    IN a rather fundamental sense, agricultural progress is normally a pre-requisite for industrial development. Read more »

  • South Africa: More Farmers Benefit From N West Livestock Subsidy Scheme

    SAnews.gov.za

    North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo has handed over bulls to livestock farmers in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District as part of that province's Sire Subsidy Scheme. Read more »

  • Kenya: Commercial Agriculture Grows Farmland Values

    The Star

    Several landowners have placed farms on sale in recent months, with a sneak preview of pricing signalling rising values for upcountry real estate. Read more »

  • Kenya: Nyandarua Farmers Need Help - Governor

    The Star

    NYANDARUA Governor Daniel Waithaka has called for the protection of farmers whose yield has been destroyed by the maize lethal necrosis disease. Read more »

  • Kenya: Counties Give More to Agriculture

    The Star

    THE Council of Governors has asked the state to increase the budgetary allocation for agriculture to 15 per cent. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Imports 90 000 Tonnes of Fertiliser

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe has imported an estimated 90 000 metric tonnes of fertiliser for the upcoming 2014 /15 farming season as local production continues to be augmented by imports while... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Eyes On the Senate Over Regulation of Tobacco

    Leadership

    The Senate Committee on Heath last week held a public hearing on the National Tobacco Control Bill all in a bid to regulate the use of tobacco. JONATHAN NDA - ISAIAH writes on the... Read more »



October 21

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