Category archives for: Food & Drinks

Lowveld tuber seen as panacea to Zimbabwe’s depleting livestock

Cattle grazing sites in Chiredzi's Lowveld, south east Zimbabwe

from PATRICK CHITONGO in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – CATTLE farmers in Zimbabwe’s drought-prone regions have been urged to feed their livestock a locally-available tuber plant, known as Zhombwe (Neorautanenia branaypus (Harms) during the impending drought. Scientific tests made on the plant by the Department of Research at Chinhoyi University of Technology in Mashonaland […]

Plan to involve Trump in SA land issue condemned

US President Donald Trump

UPINGTON, (CAJ News) – MAJORITY indigenous black South Africans have expressed support to land expropriation without compensation and condemned plans by the AgriSA to report the South African government to the influential United States administration of President Donald Trump. AgriSA’ plans are the latest in a series of developments around the land issue in Africa’s […]

Zimbabwe farmers lose property in latest land seizures

Cane sugar white farmer in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe

from TINO PEPUKAI in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – THREE white commercial farmers have lost their properties in the latest land seizures in Chiredzi district, Zimbabwe. The High Court has ordered the farmers- Anna Bradfield, Mike Horsley and Shane Warth- to vacate their properties in Chiredzi, Masvingo province. Magistrate Geraldine Mutsoto ordered them to […]

Farmers lose property in latest Zimbabwe land seizures

Zimbabwe's land question

from TINO PEPUKAI in Chirezi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – THREE white commercial farmers have lost their properties in the latest land seizures in the south eastern district of Chiredzi. The High Court has ordered the farmers- Anna Bradfield, Mike Horsley and Shane Warth- to vacate their properties in Chiredzi. Magistrate Geraldine Mutsoto ordered them to […]

SA halts global maize exports to boost SADC

AFGRI is a leading agricultural services company with a core focus on grain commodities and a vision of driving food security across Africa

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – REGIONAL supplies of the staple maize are projected to decline to their lowest level this month but it is not all gloom and doom as South Africa’s stocks are set to satisfy needs in grain-deficit countries for the remainder of the 2018/19 farming season. In what might also […]

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