International

Revitalizing economic ties top of agenda at the UK-Africa summit

African Development Bank President Akinwumi  Adesina is expected in London for the UK-Africa Summit, an investment summit aimed at forging new partnerships under the theme: ‘Partners for prosperity.’ The summit

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Over-exploitation of Africa’s fisheries: Not enough fish in the sea

China’s role in illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing has a disproportionate impact on Africa. There has recently been some controversy surrounding the mining of bauxite (a precursor to aluminium) in

Russia signs MoU to set up a fertilizer production complex in Angola

Russian chemical manufacturer, URALCHEM, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Grupo Opaia SA of Angola for the creation of a joint ammonia and urea production complex in Luanda.

Anil Agarwal’s 20% Anglo American Shares Sold

The self-made billionaire and one of India’s richest men, Anil Agarwal has sold his stake in Anglo America. As the biggest shareholder of the mining company, Agarwal is reported to

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Kalungwishi farming block MOU to be finalised

Government says it has finalised a Memorandum of Understanding -MoU- with a Chinese firm worth One point five billion dollars which will see the company invest in Kalungwishi farming block

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Zambian Honey sails to EU Market

Zambian Honey has made its way to European Union markets and is making good sales in various countries such as Germany, Italy, Norway and the United Kingdom. Abigail Chapondam the

Ghana’s 2019 Agritech Challenge

The young entrepreneurs have been coached through a series of business development courses and have taken part in in-depth market research tours in order to broaden their understanding of the

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SA fresh fruit exports increase

South Africa’s fresh fruit exports continue to increase over the recent years, the South African Revenue Services (SARS) has revealed. SARS data for 2018 indicate that the country exported approximately

World Pulses Day targets awareness

Changes in the weather patterns usually exert a percentage of pressure on agriculture ecosystems, particularly in regions with populations that are especially vulnerable.   This then is a call for

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Wake up call for farmers in SA

Farmers can no longer rely on the expected increase in demand for food globally to ensure future profitability, international agribusiness expert said. Professor Marcos Fava Neves, from the University of