Sheltering under planks on his boat moored at a waterside slum in Lagos, fisherman Thomson Pascal is trying to protect his six children from the rain flooding into what is now their new home.
Lusaka – The Southern African Development Community is losing an estimated $16-million per month through the rampant smuggling of the Pterocarpus Chrysothrix trees, used for fine timber and medicin
Efforts by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to upgrade Africa’s agriculture sector is yielding good results with about 5.6 million people benefiting from the bank’s interventions in the past one
Nashik: Noted economist H M Desarda expressed full support to the ongoing farmers' agitation, saying that the demand for complete loan waver is justified.
The Kenyan government has deployed troops to a central region to fight illegal grazing.
Anthio Mounkoro has been farming land in Bogossoni for as long as she can remember – but none of it was ever hers.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa has no more than 15 percent of land that can be used for crop production due to low rainfall and poor soil, agriculture minister Senzeni Zokwana said on Wednesday
The Government of Kenya faces the African Court on Human and Peoples Rights, in Arusha, Tanzania as it delivers judgement in a long-awaited case brought before it, by the Ogiek indigenous peoples f
PRESIDENT Lungu has degazetted 1,000 hectares of the Dambwa forest for allocation to people who applied to Livingstone City Council (LCC) for residential plots in 2012.
Frustrated over the pace of housing delivery and poor living conditions in informal settlements in South Africa, a group of people from informal settlements in Tshwane municipality in May gathered
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