John Dumelo, the Ghanaian actor motivating the youth to engage in farming

Even though Africa has over half of the world’s undeveloped arable land with great potentials for improved agricultural production, statistics on the number of Africa’s youthful population in the Agricultural sector is troubling. In order to realize full agriculture potentials, the continent needs to do everything possible to draw the interest of young people in […]

Nigeria and Cameroon jointly built a new bridge to facilitate trade

African countries are gradually building infrastructure to integrate the continent. Botswana and Zambia earlier constructed a 923 meters long bridge which is strategically positioned at a point where Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana intersect. This drastically improved the trade infrastructure of the entire Southern African Development Community (SADC). Latest on the list of efforts towards […]

Tanzania to receive the country’s first 42 Korean electric trains by November

It has been announced that the Tanzania Railways Corporation (TRC) would get its first 42 electric locomotives by November of this year. In this capacity, the company will formally begin operating the stretch of the Standard Gauge Railway between Dar es Salaam and Morogoro (SGR). Dr. Leonard Chamuriho, the Minister for Works and Transport, was […]

Nigeria launches Leather Policy with a goal of $1 billion by 2025

The Federal Government of Nigeria has enacted a new leather strategy, which aims to achieve $1 billion by 2025. Nigeria is one of Africa’s top manufacturers of leather and finished leather goods. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo believes the sector has the potential to transform Nigeria’s economy by increasing foreign currency revenues, boosting growth, and creating […]

Kenya tea farmers now produce pineapple as climatic change increases

As climate change threatens Kenya’s tea plantations, some tea farmers are changing their crops to other crops to supplement their income. The world’s most prominent black tea exporter, formerly known for its ideal tea-growing conditions, is now seeing the impacts of climate change. Temperature increases, floods, and drought all pose a danger to tea plantation […]