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A US agricultural trade mission met South African food industry delegates in Sandton this week for talks on developing trade relations between South African and US food producers.
Hershey Should Increase Funding of Programs to Address Child Labor and Improve Conditions for West African Cocoa Farmers
Uganda Health Marketing Group (UHMG) works through private institutions to improve the quality of life in rural and urban poor communities of Uganda. UHMG works towards increasing access to affordable quality health solutions in malaria, HIV/AIDS, family planning and maternal and child health interventions.
The Nyanga South African Police Services [SAPS] Cluster has launched a pilot community project in a crime-ridden town as a run-up to the National Police Day celebrations – Cape Town police reported.
After narrowly winning a race against time to get extended refugee status, passports and visas, brothers Harun and Ali Mohammed are flying from Cape Town to Hollywood today for Sunday’s Academy Awards, where their film Asad will compete in the Best Short Film category.
BRUSSELS, Kingdom of Belgium, February 20, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – During a two-day visit to Burundi (21-22/02), EU Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs will announce an €18 million new project on food security for the benefit of around 20,000 households and to treat 80,000 undernourished children in the country. He will also launch a second project, worth €50 million, to provide access to sustainable energy for a million of Burundi’s citizens, particularly for those living in rural areas.
By Thandisizwe Mgudlwa
LIBERIAN President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the World loses $260 billion from poor water and sanitation,
When all seemed to be lost, the gods finally smiled to a Mtakataka based farmer Abraham Phiri who can finally send back to school his child after immerging a winner a scholarship valued at K100 000 in the ongoing Airtel Timaitha Promotion.
“If you were to scan my heart, you will see it has the shape of Africa!” SWAADY MARTIN-LEKE, TEA COMPANY CEO
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