Tag Archives: Agriculture

#Bedfordshire #Jazz Band performs a gig for #Matebeleland

By Bedfordshire on Sunday Bedfordshire jazz band gig to support Zimbabwean people suffering from drought Sax’s Cool THREE million peop [...]

EU bans vegetables from Ghana

By Staff Reporter The European Union (EU) has put a temporary ban on exports of vegetables from Ghana to their region. The ban was put in pl [...]

In Sub-Saharan Africa, 60% of women work in agriculture sector

By Staff Reporter   More than 60% of employed women in Sub-Saharan Africa work in agriculture. But with limited access to land and the reso [...]

The Role of Livestock Data in Rural Africa: The Tanzanian Case Study #WorldBank

Tanzania WORLD BANK Infographic: Livestock Data in Tanzania Website: The World Bank in Tanzania Website: The World Bank in Africa Many fa [...]

#IMF reviews ECF in The #Gambia

IMF agrees that African economy is growing  Summary by Editor Following IMF team visit to The Gambia in early November 2013, the following [...]
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Night in with Moroccan family-#AfricanLove

Jessica Zaksek is a senior Psychology student at Colorado State University. She is currently partaking in a Semester at Sea and will visit p [...]


  NEW YORK African Press Organization (APO) Some 2.2 million Zimbabweans will need food assistance in the pre-harvest period from January t [...]

New wave of farm invasions in Zimbabwe?

Following proclamations in Zimbabwe by President Mugabe and Zanu PF of victory in July 31 2013 poll, new wave land invasions have been repor [...]

South Africa demands compensation from Zimbabwe for land taken for redistribution

  HARARE — The Zimbabwean government has denied claims that South African nationals and investors may have lost their land when the count [...]

Feeding Africa Through Agricultural Innovation

Feeding Africa Through Agricultural Innovation. [...]

Feeding Africa Through Agricultural Innovation

Africa can still feed itself After the agriculture heyday of 30 years ago, the sector got scant attention, especially from African presiden [...]

Southern Zimbabwe faces starvation

  CHIEF Mbiko Masuku of Matshetsheni in Gwanda has urged the government to quickly provide maize to rural communities as most people ar [...]

Zimbabwe agriculture policy needs rethink

Minister Made blames former Finance Minister Tendai Biti for delays in sourcing maize meal to feed the nation. Is Biti really to blame? Is t [...]

Zimbabwe Report of the Portfolio Committee on mines and energy on diamond mining in Zimbabwe(2009-2013)

Chininga-Parliament-Report-on-Marange-Diamond-Mining-June-2013 Please find above the much talked about First Report of the Portfolio Committ [...]

Nelson Mandela

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Nelson Mandela” Lets all pray for [...]

Baba Jukwa’s objectives are mythological

I spent the last ten days in Harare and we drank over this question – Who is Baba Jukwa? Each Gochi Gochi station seemed to have someone w [...]

My Late Father Would Vote Zanu (PF) Today

By Kelvin Mupungu “Kays” as they called him was son to a Gushungo who migrated from Serima and my gogo a Muturikwa whose parent [...]

Zimbabwe GNU: The dysfunctional, functional option

Zimbabwe GNU: The dysfunctional, functional option By Kelvin Mupungu 2008 general elections failed to produce a single party majority govern [...]

Kelvin Mupungu’s Blog

Hi Fellow Blogger Welcome to my blog. I write about politics, business, strategy, administration, Human Resources, Sports and Change Manage [...]
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