African Farming

24 May 2022

South African agriculture show exceeds expectations

South African agriculture show exceeds all expectations WhyAfrica visited the Nampo Harvest Day in Bothaville in the Free State Province of South Africa for the first time last week to […]
17 May 2022

Glaring challenges for SA farmers despite bumper season

Glaring challenges for SA farmers despite bumper season There was a big focus was on technology on the first day of the Nampo agricultural show in Bothaville in the Free […]
22 Apr 2022

Digital platform allows Cote d’Ivoire’s women farmers access to markets

Digital platform allows Cote d’Ivoire’s women farmers access to markets UN Women recently launched a digital platform that will make it easier for women farmers in Cote d’Ivoire to access […]
2 Jan 2022

Hope springs eternal

Hope springs eternal Covid-19’s impact on Africa has been severe, as it has been across the globe. However, hope springs eternal, writes Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica.      […]
4 Nov 2021

Calls for Africa to develop pro-poor land policies

Calls for Africa to develop pro-poor land policies The 2021 Conference on Land Policy in Africa opened earlier this week with a resounding call for African countries to develop pro-poor […]
10 Jul 2021

AGF signs MoU with TADB to boost agribusiness in Tanzania

10 July 2021 – The African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (AGF) this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank (TADB) that […]