July 28

  • Tanzania: Selling Bad Meat Is a Heinous Crime!

    Daily News

    IT has come to light that some unscrupulous business people sell uninspected meat to unsuspecting customers at throw-away prices mainly in the city of Dar es Salaam. Read more »

  • Namibia: Workers Call for NDC Board Removal

    Namibian

    THE Namibia Farm Workers Union (Nafwu) has called on government to remove the Namibia Development Corporation (NDC) board members with immediate effect for failing to address the... Read more »

  • Namibia: BDF Detains 70 Namibian Fishermen

    New Era

    A youth activist in the Zambezi Region, Charles Siyauya, has accused the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) of illegally entering Namibia and "abducting" about 70 Namibian fishermen. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: GMOs Will Not Make Zim Food Secure [opinion]

    The Herald

    I got a response to my last article that exposed the multiple dangers of genetically modified (GMO) foods or crops from Edmund Makowa who said the best way for the country to... Read more »



July 27

  • Tanzania: Beware of Cheap Meat Sold in Dar Butchers

    Daily News

    LOW-PRICED and uninspected meat business is thriving in Dar es Salaam, as the supply is available in small portions ranging between 500/- and above. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Farmers Get Raw Deal From GMB

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Small-scale farmers have accused the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) of hampering their efforts to turn around the fortunes of the country's waning agricultural sector. Read more »

  • Angola: Angola Produces Over 600,000 Tons of Cereals

    ANGOP

    Angola produced in 2013 about 1.6 million tons of cereals, which represents over 50 percent of the amount projected by the National Development Plan for that year. Read more »

  • Kenya: World Bank to Help Insure Farmers

    The Star

    The World Bank is among donors who have committed to help the government implement a crop insurance scheme by next year. Agriculture Secretary Felix Koskei says plans for the... Read more »

  • South Sudan: South Sudan's Food Crisis 'Worst in the World' - UN

    The Star

    The UN Security Council has warned that South Sudan's food crisis is the worst in the world, calling for urgent action. Unicef says that 50,000 children may die of hunger in the... Read more »

  • Kenya: NCPB to Increase Strategic Grain Reserve From Current Three Million Bags

    The Star

    The Cereals and Produce Board is currently holding 3 million bags of maize under the Strategic Grain Reserve. Board CEO Newton Terer however says they are in talks with the... Read more »



July 26

  • Kenya: EU in Sh1.2 Billion Food Research in Baringo

    The Star

    THE European Union will spend Sh1.2 billion to research on the indigenous crops and livestock in the Arid and Semi-Arid areas of Baringo county. Read more »

  • Liberia: MOCI Purchases Local Rice to Endorse 25 Percent Procurement Act

    FrontPageAfrica

    The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) has purchased 100bags (5 MT) of rice grown in Liberia from the local rice processor, Fabrar Liberia, as part of the MoCI's initiative... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Osun O-Reap - Aregbesola's Move to Ensure Food Security

    Independent

    The current economic status of the State of Osun under the administration of Governor Rauf Aregbesola has been on the high pedestal through the agricultural policies and programme... Read more »

  • Zambia: Eastern Province Farmers Facing Hardships

    Zambia Reports

    Small scale and peasant farmers in Eastern Province say that they are suffering from poor policies of the Patriotic Front (PF) and they have promised 'deal' with the government... Read more »

  • South Sudan: The Country's Food Insecurity Situation 'Worst in the World'

    Sudan Tribune

    Members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) have described the current food insecurity situation in South Sudan as the "worst in the world". Read more »



July 25

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