Category archives for: Agriculture

Ghanaian Chef Receives The 2019 Michigan State University Transcendence Award

June 15, 2019//-Ghana’s  Chef Elijah Addo , CEO of Food for All Africa has been named the  2019 recipient of MSU Transcendence award by the Global Youth Advancement  summit  currently been held at the Michigan State University in East Lansing,USA.

AGCO Expands Its Footprint In Africa, Opens New Office In Morocco

Casablanca, Morocco, June 11, 2019/ — AGCO, Your Agriculture Company (NYSE:AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment, has opened a new office in the north-east of Casablanca, Morocco.

Valio Group Posts Impressive Financial Results

June 11, 2019//-Valio Group, Finnish leading diary producer has posted impressive financial results for the year 2018.

Akufo-Addo’s Deceptive One Village, One Dam Initiative- A Case Of Willfully Causing Financial Loss To The State

Accra, Ghana, June 10, 2019//-The promise to construct a Dam in every village was one of the plethora of highfalutin promises made by President Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the run-up to the 2016 General Elections.

Livelihoods And Culture Under Threat In Ghana’s Historic Port Of Jamestown

The beachfront of historical Jamestown, Ghana. Iain Jackson Iain Jackson, University of Liverpool Plans are afoot to replace the historic Ghanaian fishing port of Jamestown with a Chinese-backed mechanised factory.

South Africa Records Lowest Sorghum Production in 10 Years

June 4, 2019//-Sorghum production in South Africa decreased dramatically over the past decade as producers preferred to plant more profitable crops like corn and oilseeds.

Why Avocado Farming is Ghana’s Next Goldmine

Accra, Ghana, May 28, 2019//-Market researchers say the best performing investment for some time to come is agricultural investment.

Why Ban on Leafy Vegetables Is Another Dent On Ghana’s Image Abroad  

Accra, Ghana, May 27, 2019//-Ghana’s efforts to push up its agric exports have suffered a jolt following the indefinite ban on leafy vegetables to the international market effective June 1, 2019.

East Africa’s Green Economy Shift Off to Shaky Start

May 27, 2019//-East African countries lack the institutional capacity to implement policies on clean and environment friendly technologies, which is stifling sustainable growth of green economies across the region, according to a new report by UK-based research firm Chatham House.

Oil Palm Can Turn Ghana’s Economy Around  

Accra, Ghana, May 24, 2019//-Ghana as a country is blessed with many agricultural resources that if properly managed could lead to rapid economic development and progress. One of such resource is the oil palm.

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