Army worms devastate maize fields in DR Congo's east

In the territory of Nyiragongo, in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, maize farmers…

Heavy floods ravage west Africa farmlands

Nigeria rice farmer Adamu Garba squelched barefoot through his paddy fields, surveyingdamage from devastating floods that…

ROLLING BLACKOUTS THREATEN SA’S FOOD SECURITY AND EXPORTS

Justin Chadwick, CEO of the Citrus Growers’ Association of Southern Africa, Jacques du Preez,Hortgro’s general manager…

DENMARK TO ALLOW MINK BREEDING AGAIN FROM 2023

Denmark will not extend a ban on mink breeding when the current ban expires at the…

Ugandan farmers benefit from using natural fertilizers

The sight of larvae might not be for everyone, but 30-year-old Scovia Namataka does not mind the wiggling…

UN Announces Food Aid for 700,000 Desperate Zimbabweans

The UN World Food Programme (WFP) indicated on Tuesday that it had partnered with the government…

SA hit by possible ‘opportunistic’ sunflower oil price hikes

South Africa has seen possible ‘opportunistic’ increases in the price of sunflower oil, the Competition Commission…

African Leaders demand action On ‘broken promises’ at Climate Adaptation Summit

African and international leaders came together in Rotterdam this week to call on industrialized nations to…

MUSHROOM GROWING GAINING GROUNDS IN CAMEROON

Grilled on skewers, dried or used as hair oil: in Bafoussam, in western Cameroon, farmers are…

PROPOSED NEW LEGISLATION COULD ‘SAVE SA’S ICONIC SPECIES’

The White Paper proposes legislation for the management of South Africa’s iconic species: lions, elephants, rhinos and…