Africa Posts

African Countries To Work Towards Improving Livestock Data

By Lazarus Sauti , 19 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Countries within and across the great African continent still suffer from a lack of good quality data on livestock that could be used to measure and improve .. Read More →

Traditional Knowledge Can Enable Precision Farming

By Lazarus Sauti , 19 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Margaret Oliver, a visiting fellow at the University of Reading’s Soil Research Centre in the United Kingdom believes local farming knowledge can be used instead of expensive .. Read More →

Africa To Embrace IK To Improve Agriculture

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Indigenous Knowledge is the local knowledge – knowledge that is unique to a given culture or society. It is the basis for local-level decision making in agriculture, .. Read More →

Winnie Mandela Reveals Sad News About Mandela`s Health

By Best Masinire , 18 , Nov 2013


Despite Nelson Mandela`s discharge from hospital, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has revealed sad information about South Africa`s former President that he is remains "quite ill" and unable to speak. Winnie Mandela revealed .. Read More →

Nigeria Are Through To The World Cup

By Islam Sabulino , 17 , Nov 2013


By Islam Sabulino. Victor Moses and Obinna scored for Nigeria to give the reigning African Champions a ticket to the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brasil with a 2-0 defeating .. Read More →

Bona Mugabe Graduates In Singapore

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013


By Nomore Chinoda Bona Mugabe, daughter to Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe now holds a Masters of Science in Banking following her graduation at the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) .. Read More →

Catch Them Young: Africa`s Children Should Be Taught Morality

By Tendai Makaripe , 16 , Nov 2013


By Tendai Makaripe A society that strives to build a nation where crime and corruption, theft and graft, child abuse, violence against women and children and other social pathologies are .. Read More →

Africa Launches Major Challenge To ICC

By Best Masinire , 16 , Nov 2013


By Best Masinire African nations have launched one of the biggest challenges yet to the International Criminal Court by forcing a UN Security Council vote on suspending the trial of .. Read More →

Rebels Attack Convoy On Mozambique Highway

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013


Maputo (AFP) - Suspected Renamo ex-rebels ambushed a convoy of cars Friday killing one person and wounding 10 others along a key highway in the latest of low-intensity attacks gripping .. Read More →