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South African president reaffirms need to accelerate land reform

The slow land reform in South Africa has caused impatience among the public and it needs to be accelerated if the country is to...

South Africa, India builds more synergy in Agriculture

The governments of South Africa and India have agreed to strengthen cooperation in the fields of agriculture, forestry and fisheries. The two countries made the...

Land Facts: South Africa

Do You Know that more than 70% of commercial farms in South Africa are owned by white farmers #LandReforms #DYK  

Food and Mouth Disease : Mozambique slaps ban on South African...

Mozambique has slapped a blanket ban on imports of animals and animal products from neighbouring South Africa due to the outbreak of an outbreak...

Botswana bans SA imports after foot-and-mouth disease 

The Botswana government says it has immediately banned the import of live cloven-hoofed animals and their products from neighbouring South Africa after a report of...

Africa: Irrigation doubles African food production

Food production in Africa still relies almost exclusively on rain-fed agriculture, leaving farmers and rural communities vulnerable to increasingly erratic rainfall patterns and extreme...

Collaborative Agriculture in South Africa and the way forward

The South African agricultural organizations will help the government to transform the sector. A few weeks ago, AFASA, NAFU, TAU and Agri SA signed the...

Kenya: South Africa lifts 11-year avocado ban

Kenya can now export avocados to South Africa after 11 years of the market being closed due to fruit fly menace. This follows fruitful talks...

Uganda: President Museveni To Officially Open The Jinja Agricultural show

All roads lead to the Agricultural Show in Jinja today as President Museveni is scheduled to officially open the event. According to Dick Nuwamanya Kamuganga,...

Global Food insufficency will be discussed at major Belfast summit

Food security experts from all over the world are set to converge on Belfast next month for a major summit on how to feed...