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El Niño Scorches Southern Africa: Driest February in Decades Leaves Region Parched

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The unrelenting sun beat down on a parched landscape, a cruel reminder of the devastation wrought by El Niño. This year, swathes of southern...

Lights On, Economy Up: Zambia and Mozambique Plug Power Gap with Bolstered Partnership

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Lusaka, Zambia - In a move that promises to brighten homes and businesses across Zambia, the country has struck a new deal with its...

Hichilema Commissions Agric Hub, Vowing Zambia’s Food Security Push

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President Hakainde Hichilema underscored Zambia's commitment to agricultural transformation this weekend, officially commissioning the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture's (IITA) Zambia facilities as the...

‘Diverse’ agriculture benefits people and the environment at the same time

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Rotating crops, conserving soil nutrients and deploying other strategies to "diversify" agriculture all at the same time can yield major benefits for the environment...

Zambia’s Breadbasket Wilts: Droughts Threaten Millions as El Niño Looms Large

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Zambia's vast maize fields, once a symbol of national food security, are presenting a worrying picture. Parched earth and withering crops paint a bleak...