Malawi’s Farmers Cry For Help As Flood Destroys Seeds And Livestock

Jan 30, 2015
As Farmers in Malawi plead for urgent help after heavy flooding, the FAO says prompt access to seeds and livestock will help reboot local food
Malawi’s Farmers Cry For Help As Flood Destroys Seeds And Livestock

China Contributes To Zimbabwe’s Irrigation Scheme, Donates Water Pumps

Jan 30, 2015
Zimbabwe has received a generous donation of water pumps from China to be used in smaller communities, CCTV Africa reported. The pumps, which will contribute
China Contributes To Zimbabwe’s Irrigation Scheme, Donates Water Pumps

Zimbabwe python eater jailed 9 years

Jan 30, 2015
A Zimunya businessman, Archwell Maramba, has been jailed nine years for illegal possession of python meat after it was found stashed in his house. Maramba (58)
Zimbabwe python eater jailed 9 years

Evaluation of IFAD programme in Tanzania points to major strides but also areas for improvement

Jan 29, 2015
Dar es Salaam, 29 January 2015 - Targeted investments in Tanzanian agriculture contributed to increasing yields for crops such as paddy, maize, or
Evaluation of IFAD programme in Tanzania points to major strides but also areas for improvement

Zambia urges SA to drop yellow fever requirement

Jan 29, 2015
The World Health Organisation has recently confirmed that Zambia has low yellow fever potential exposure status, which means travellers should not be required to carry
Zambia urges SA to drop yellow fever requirement

The fight to save SA’s rhinos: What the Minister didn’t say

Jan 29, 2015
Andrea Teagle addresses key issues raised (or not raised) by the Minister of Environmental Affairs at the briefing on rhino poaching in South Africa. When
The fight to save SA’s rhinos: What the Minister didn’t say

Botswana leader blames Asian market for increase in animal poaching

Jan 29, 2015
Botswana President Ian Khama on Monday said that the Asian market was to blame for increase in poaching activities in the Southern Africa region. Speaking at
Botswana leader blames Asian market for increase in animal poaching

Western Cape on water crisis in Clanwilliam

Jan 28, 2015
In a bid to halt the losses of millions of rands in agricultural produce, the Western Cape Department of Agriculture has channelled close to R1
Western Cape on water crisis in Clanwilliam

Water and Sanitation on opportunities for newly-qualified engineers at Learning Academy

Jan 28, 2015
The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has been swamped by requests from ambitious, determined and young qualified engineers who want to work for the
Water and Sanitation on opportunities for newly-qualified engineers at Learning Academy

Conservation friendly farming: Recognition our custodians

Jan 28, 2015
The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) has developed an exciting new approach to the custodianship programme and is proud to announce a new process to acknowledge
Conservation friendly farming: Recognition our custodians

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