Category archives for: Food & Drinks

Rural SA ranchers connected with urban markets

Entrepreneur Ntuthuko Shezi

from NJABULO BUTHELEZI in Durban DURBAN, (CAJ News) – SOUTH African farmers in historically disadvantaged areas can now access urban meat trade and monetise their subsistence farming, thanks to an award-winning solution by local innovator. Around R12 million (US$644,721) has been generated from the system, which is the brainchild of Ntuthuko Shezi. Two years ago, […]

Contrasting prices for Mozambique’s agro commodities


from ARIMANDO DOMINGOS in Maputo, Mozambique MAPUTO, (CAJ News) – PRICES of the staple maize grain have been significantly reducing across Mozambique with the harvesting season underway. In contrast, a marked increase in the prices of other basic staple and processed products has been noted following restrictions between the borders with South Africa, as part of measures to curb the […]

Madagascar ‘cure’ an African solution to African problems

Covid-Organics, the coronavirus medicine discovered in Madagascar, which the World Health Organisation (WHO) refuses to recognise.

from MARIO RAJOMAZANDRY in Antananarivo, Madagascar ANTANANARIVO, (CAJ News) – AS humanity reels from one of the deadliest infectious disease outbreaks in history, the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar has sparked a global phenomenon with a remedy hailed as a cure for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Covid-Organics, as the anticipated panacea to the pandemic is […]

SAB forced to dispose 140 million liters of beer

South African Breweries

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBIJLPARK, (CAJ News) – SOUTH African Breweries (SAB) is said to have taken a knock during the Covid – 19 (Coronavirus) lockdown under the Disaster Regulation which prohibits the sale of alcohol. According to SAB approximately 130 million liters of beer produced by the brewery may have to be split as the […]

Japan provides millions to fight hunger in Zimbabwe

Japan flag

from DANAI MWARUMBWA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE, (CAJ News) – JAPAN has announced an additional US$14,8 million (R272,3 million) to ensure food security to vulnerable populations in Zimbabwe. The funding will enable the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Zimbabwean government to procure 25 600 tonnes to meet the needs of 512 000 households in […]

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