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First shipment of Zambian blueberries soon off to China

Zambian president, Edgar Lungu, will officiate the flagging-off ceremony marking the inaugural export of Zambian-grown fresh blueberries to China. The ceremony will...

Above-normal summer rainfall anticipated for 2020/21

Winter rainfall areas received a considerable amount of rain. Spring began with some significant rains in parts of the summer rainfall areas,...

Dr Mapiye wins researchers award for meat science

Meat scientist Dr Cletos Mapiye of the Department of Animal Sciences at Stellenbosch University is one of three scientists from the African...

John Deere Africa-Middle East announces new leader

John Deere Africa-Middle East (AME) has announced the appointment of Jaco Beyers to the role of managing director for its marketing and...

AFASA calls for monitoring of state land allocation

The African Farmers’ Association of South Africa (AFASA) has welcomed the recent announcement of the minister of agriculture, land reform and rural...

Zimbabwe unable to pay white farmers

Hardly a month after pledging to pay former white commercial farmers US$3,5 billion compensation for land improvements done before farm seizures in...

Farm murders can kill African food security

In South Africa, a farm murder is much more than just a farm attack. It has a fundamental influence on political stability...

The Water Show Africa 2020 is going Virtual!

After much consideration and in the interest of your safety, we are excited to announce that The Water Show Africa is going...

Climate and COVID-19 present varying risks for Africa’s agriculture

The reports of a potential La Niña event during the coming summer months present different risks for Southern and Eastern Africa’s agriculture....

Zimbabwe signs massive compensation deal with white farmers

This article was originally published on Business Tech. Click on this link to read the original article. Zimbabwe’s government...