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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Tobacco farming methods damaging environment – WHO

Tobacco farming methods damaging environment – WHO

Tobacco growing causes “massive harm” to the environment through extensive use of chemicals, energy and water, and pollution from manufacturing and distribution, the World Health ...

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Arsenal boss signs new two-year contract

Arsenal boss signs new two-year contract

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has signed a new two-year deal at the club. The contract does not include a break clause and, should it be completed, will extend his reign to 23 yea ...

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Thousands demand release of Nasser Zefzafi – Morocco protests

Thousands demand release of Nasser Zefzafi – Morocco protests

Thousands of people have demonstrated in the northern Moroccan city of Al-Hoceima, demanding the release of a well-known activist. Reports say riot police were involved in a tense ...

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How does agricultural development trigger economic growth?

How does agricultural development trigger economic growth?

Agricultural growth was the forerunner to the industrial revolutions that spread across the temperate world, from England in the mid-18th century, to Japan in the late 19th centur ...

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Tongaat reports huge profits

Tongaat reports huge profits

Tongaat Hulett, the Durban- based agriculture and agri- processing business company, which reported bumper profits in the year ended March on the back of higher prices, is positiv ...

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African Proverb of the Day 31/05/2017

African Proverb of the Day 31/05/2017

African Proverb of the Day Today's African Proverb: ...

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What are Biafra protests about – Nigeria

What are Biafra protests about – Nigeria

Many people in south-eastern Nigeria seem to be heeding calls by campaign groups - including the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) - to stay at home today to mark the 50th annive ...

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Kenya put on high alert as FAO announces outbreak of deadly tilapia virus

Kenya put on high alert as FAO announces outbreak of deadly tilapia virus

Countries importing tilapias including Kenya have been put on high alert following a highly contagious disease spreading among the farmed and wild fish species. The deadly fish di ...

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4 ways to increase business growth rate

4 ways to increase business growth rate

  Growth is a high-priority for many businesses. After all, growth and expansion opens up further opportunities for revenue. Makamba Online gathered four main ways to improve ...

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Nigerian women aiming to lift country’s economy through agriculture

Nigerian women aiming to lift country’s economy through agriculture

More women in Nigeria are seeking ways to transform agriculture by making their farms more efficient. Kofo Durosinmi-Etti Kofo Durosinmi-Etti is among a new crop of women farmers. ...

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