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Henley Business School Africa partners with the Mark Fish Foundation

Henley Business School Africa has partnered with the Mark Fish Foundation to reach out to farmworkers through sport, and give them the...

Collaboration between GWK and farmers uplifts children

At the opening of the first early childhood development (ECD) centre of its kind in the area, Pele Wa Modise, head of...

Irrigation intelligence improved with the Chameleon Sensor

The Virtual Irrigation Academy (VIA) hosted a conference on the Chameleon Sensor from 12 to 13 June at the Future Africa Conference...

SA agrarian development agency to be launched

Nation in Conversation kicked off its first session of day two at Nampo Harvest Day with a panel of experts discussing support and funding...

Survey confirms shift in ag research spend

Agri SA has just released its 2019 survey which shows the agriculture sector has undergone a discernible structural shift in research spend. The survey...

Langkloof fruit farm supports children during early childhood

Author Dalene Mathee wrote in Fiela’s Child: “God forgives many things, but God never forgives us the wrong we do to a child. On...

Transforming ag to achieve sustainable development goals

As the prime connection between people and the planet, agriculture can help achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs) as set out by the United...

Obaro celebrates emerging farmers

Obaro recently hosted a graduation ceremony for emerging farmers who successfully completed the Obaro Mixed Farming programme. This programme is presented in collaboration with...

Afrivet contributes to livestock strategy for Africa

From 23 April to 25 April, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) hosted the BMGF Convening on Livestock in Dubai. The delegates included...

Veterinary Sciences School to be established in EC

The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Senzeni Zokwana and the University of Fort Hare (UFH) hosted an event on 5 April 2018 to...