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SUBSCRIBE AUDIO HUB Free up ‘bottlenecks’ stifling Africa’s agri-food sector, urges FAO chief

The UN agriculture chief warned on Monday that severe underfunding of Africa’s agri-food sector has boosted food insecurity and was hampering the future development of countries across the continent. “Let’s unblock the bottlenecks that are holding back potential by increasing coordination and upskilling human capacity in African nations”, urged QU Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization […]

Young agri-entrepreneurs take up farming in rural Zimbabwe

While agriculture forms an integral part of Zimbabwe’s economy, many young people still think of it as back-breaking labor that offers little economic benefit. However, things are slowly changing, a growing number of young people are starting to see agriculture as a viable career option. Twenty-eight-year-old Terence Maphosa is among a new generation of agri-entrepreneurs […]

To what extent does climate change affect food insecurity? What we found in Lesotho

Food security is a growing concern globally, with two billion people being subject to moderate to severe food insecurity in 2019 according to the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. Food security consists of four interconnected pillars: food availability (how much is produced), food access (can people afford food), food use (how is food prepared and consumed) and […]

Farmers urged to take advantage of the early rains

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday challenged farmers to take advantage of good rains being received countrywide and upscale production in a bid to foster economic growth. The President said this when he officiated at the double burial of national hero Cde Morton Malianga and heroine Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba in Harare. The 2020/21 agriculture season is largely expected […]

The future of agriculture: why unis must prepare students to secure both our food and our planet

Agriculture will soon be worth A$100 billion a year to Australia. The industry employs more than 250,000 people, stewards 80% of our land area and drives world-class agribusiness and food sectors. In an uncertain employment market, every new agriculture graduate has a choice of six job opportunities.   Agriculture today is fast-paced, global, diverse, reliant on high-end scientific discovery and increasingly […]

Tractors can change farming in good ways and bad: lessons from four African countries

Agricultural mechanisation is on the rise in Africa, replacing hand hoes and animal traction across the continent. While around 80-90% of all farmers still rely on manual labour or draught animals, this is changing, driven by falling machinery prices and rising rural wages. During the last couple of years, tractor sales grew by around 10% annually. A look […]

How sub-Saharan Africa can rethink its approach to agriculture

In response to the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, most sub-Saharan governments are developing economic recovery plans. These will require some different thinking, particularly when it comes to agriculture. Wandile Sihlobo, the chief economist of the Agricultural Business Chamber of South Africa, explains to Michael Aliber, a professor of agricultural economics at the University […]

Agricultural Biotechnology Benefits Farmers and the Environment

KUDZAI JAKACHIRA Harare-Decades of recognised evidence exhibits that agricultural biotechnology is a harmless and beneficial technology that contributes to both environmental and economic sustainability. A report released by the  Organic Center (TOC), the Union for Concerned Scientists (UCS) and the Center for Food Safety (CFS) seconds  the use of genetically engineered corn, soybeans and cotton […]