Category: Agriculture

Nigeria: Africa`s Largest Tomato Producer Importing Tomato Paste

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Nigeria: Africa`s Largest Tomato Producer Importing Tomato Paste

In what appears to be a paradox, Nigeria which is Sub-Saharan Africa`s largest producer of tomatoes and tomato paste is also turning out to be Africa`s largest importer of tomato paste. Nigeria is failing to supply local demand of the popular concentrate and this has prompted it to spend up to USD 1 billion annually on […]

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The Third Arab Conference for Agricultural Investment Under Way In Sudan

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The Third Arab Conference for Agricultural Investment Under Way In Sudan

Under the Patronage of His Excellency The  PRESIDENT FIELD MARSHALL OMER HASSAN AHMED AL BASHIR The Third Arab Conference for Agricultural Investment is the largest gathering of decision makers, private and institutional investors, academics, innovators, Farmer Union representatives and scientific experts with the aim of discussing all economic and social aspects in the field of […]

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#ShowSomeLove For Zimbabwe`s Farm & City Centre

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#ShowSomeLove For Zimbabwe`s Farm & City Centre

Welcome to day twenty-two where we continue to #ShowSomeLove by profiling companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February, the “month of love” as we like to call it, we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s […]

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Top Ten African Red Rose Suppliers To Know This February

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Top Ten African Red Rose Suppliers To Know This February

Roses are beautiful and they bring a smile to everyone’s face. Are you wondering where to get your red roses this February? Africa is blessed with a lot of suppliers who have the capability to grow and supply fresh high-end red roses that are nothing short of beauty, elegant and a breath of fresh air. Here is […]

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A Plague Of Fall Armyworm Invading Africa Is A Threat To Food Security

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A Plague Of Fall Armyworm Invading Africa Is A Threat To Food Security

African countries have been hit by an invasion of the fall armyworm pest which is posing a huge threat to the region`s agricultural crops that are yet to be harvested. The trans-boundary pests have raised alarm in southern Africa as many economies in this part of the region still depend on agriculture and trade on […]

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#ShowSomeLove For Uganda`s Pan Afric Implex (U) Ltd

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#ShowSomeLove For Uganda`s Pan Afric Implex (U) Ltd

Welcome to day nine where we continue to #ShowSomeLove by profiling companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February, the “month of love” as we like to call it, we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s […]

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#ShowSomeLove For Namibia`s Namib Poultry Industries (Pty)

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#ShowSomeLove For Namibia`s Namib Poultry Industries (Pty)

Welcome to day eight where we continue to #ShowSomeLove by profiling companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February, the “month of love” as we like to call it, we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s […]

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Is Africa A Dumping Site For Cheap And Obsolete Products?

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Is Africa A Dumping Site For Cheap And Obsolete Products?

Africa has in recent years been rocked by under development which has caused it to rely on imports from other continents but of late, there has been an influx of second-hand goods coming from outside the continent. The flooding of cheap and obsolete products in Africa which are classified as “undesirables” by other continents has […]

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Kenya Bans Poultry Imports From Uganda After Bird Flu Outbreak

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Kenya Bans Poultry Imports From Uganda After Bird Flu Outbreak

The chicken industry in east Africa particularly Uganda has suffered a major blow with recent reports of an outbreak of the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI), a bird-flu which can affect both birds and humans. This has prompted the Kenyan authorities to temporarily ban the importation of live poultry and related products from Uganda into Kenya. […]

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African Coffee Supply Can Satisfy The World`s Rising Demand

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African Coffee Supply Can Satisfy The World`s Rising Demand

The future of coffee production from the world`s largest producers, Brazil and Vietnam looks bleak as the two coffee producing giants are witnessing yet another drought which is likely to cause a negative impact on production, exports, and pricing. Brazil and Vietnam had been hit by a semi-drought which decreased the production of coffee in since 2015 […]

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