Agriculture

 
Transforming Zimbabwe to a Private Sector-Led Economy
Transforming Zimbabwe to a Private Sector-Led Economy
The Government of Zimbabwe launched its economic blueprint, the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), in October 2018. This policy document...
Land reform needs to change society
Land reform needs to change society
Many African countries that introduced land reforms after independence succeeded in transferring land from colonial governments, settlers and...
How to build a future for SA’s youth
How to build a future for SA’s youth
Among the most serious threats to a prosperous and inclusive South Africa is the stubbornly high rate of unemployment among young people. If we...
SA’s economy dips into recession dashing economists hopes
SA’s economy dips into recession dashing economists hopes
The South African economy is in a recession for the first time since 2009, Statistics SA announced on Tuesday.
Mbali Nwoko
Mbali Nwoko
Prior to establishing Green Terrace, Mbali Nwoko was in the headhunting business, which she says became overrun by fly-by-nighters. She then went...
Celebrating women and youth in agriculture
Celebrating women and youth in agriculture
"Women and the youth are taking advantage of the technology, resources and support offered by government to contribute to the economy of this...
Retrospective view
Retrospective view
Selina Hlabedi is a formidable and well-known name in the Gauteng agriculture sector. Her story of growth is one of many in the region, and mirrors...
2018 Female Entrepreneur Award – Sibhale Skin Solutions
2018 Female Entrepreneur Award – Sibhale Skin Solutions
“I want us to embrace our indigenous African knowledge of trees and realise the greatness in our names.” Portia Mngomezulu used this guiding...
Anna Phosa is living her dream of becoming a successful pig farmer
Anna Phosa is living her dream of becoming a successful pig farmer
A successful business, Anna Phosa tells me, needs one to have drive and a clear vision. And she clearly had those two things when setting up...
Land reform – and how to keep your head
Land reform – and how to keep your head
Roger Fisher and William Ury point out in their 1991 book Getting to Yes that “people tend to assume that whatever they fear, the other...
Land tenure is the foundation of people’s security
Land tenure is the foundation of people’s security
For most of the world’s poor and vulnerable people, secure property rights, including land tenure, are a rare luxury. Unless this changes, the...

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