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‘Nearly one million pigs killed’ as African swine fever worsens in...

This article was originally published on the Independent. Click here to read the original article. An outbreak of African...

COVID-19 delays Africa trade deal

This article was originally published on Fruitnet. Click here to read the original article. It is uncertain when the...

Overview of green peas market in Africa

This article was originally published on IndexBox. Click here to read the original article. The green peas market in...

How can we prevent a COVID-19 food crisis?

This article was originally published on the World Economic Forum. Click here to read the original article. Even before...

SA citrus growers should monitor for Asian greening disease

This article was originally published on FreshPlaza. Click here to read the original article. Huanglongbing (HLB), or Asian...

Will tilapia be the local fish of choice to eat in...

The world’s marine fish resources are under threat and alternative options must be found fast to replace this important food source. Against this background,...

COVID-19: Keeping Africa fed as the disease bites

* This is an opinion piece by Qu Dongyu, Josefa Sacko and Thokozile Didiza. Qu Dongyu is director-general of the Food and Agriculture Organization...

Grain consumption in Africa continues to rise

IndexBox has just published a new report called Africa – Grain – Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Insights. The following is...

New seed varieties help cocoa crops thrive in Cameroon

This article was originally published on Bizcommunity. Click here to read the original article. There are 600 000 cocoa farmers...

When Africa’s female farmers thrive, everyone benefits

For over a century the world has marked the month of March with tributes to women for strides made in elevating women’s achievements.