Category: News

28 October

AGRF 2020 Concludes With Call For Greater Focus On Urban Food Markets by EABW Editor   The 10th edition of the annual African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) in Kigali Rwanda, saw heads of state, government ministers, civil society, and business leaders resolve to use the flourishing urban food markets as a launchpad for growing the […]

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28 October

Number Two Piggeries – Chalala Pig Farms by Lemco Group     LEMCO Featured Structural Steel Projects: Number Two Piggeries, Chalala Pig Farms, Malmesbury which is the largest and most successful piggery businesses in Africa. LEMCO was awarded with the design and supply of the steel construction for Number Two Piggeries, Chalala Pig Farms just outside of Malmesbury […]

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28 October

Why PPE In Agriculture? by Jacqui Parsons, Basson Workwear     Knowing the responsibilities of employers and employees, having the correct personal protective equipment and workwear is of paramount importance. Workwear has to not only comply with safety standard regulations, but must also be appropriate for the specific industry. Personal protective equipment must be efficient […]

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28 October

WAYNE – Africa’s Largest & Leading Gumboot Specialists for 80 Years by BBF Safety Group     Wayne Safety started manufacturing gumboots an incredible 80 years ago, with Wayne Rubber producing rubber gumboots in KZN. This began a long tradition of manufacturing superior quality gumboots and serving workers right at the heart of industry. Today, […]

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27 October

Educating Africa   All countries venerate schools but few of them have enough educational institutions for their people – something particularly true of Africa.   Restore International believes the children of Uganda are the future of the country and change lies in their hands. This was the motivation then that prompted the NGO to do […]

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20 October

Hydraform Impacts African Communities (Part 2)   This article is the Part 2 compilation of how Hydraform played a role in impacting African communities in Chad and Uganda.   Hydraform Blocks for Uganda Health Centre​   Having commenced the construction phase in 2010, a total of 20 buildings for the Ongutoi Health Centre in Uganda, […]

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19 October

Hydraform Impacts African Communities (Part 1)   This article is the Part 1 compilation of how Hydraform played a role in impacting African communities in South Africa, Ghana and Sierra Leone.   Constructing A Community in South Africa   All businesses, but mining operations in particular, are under pressure to contribute to building up the […]

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07 October

Jackfruit | How It’s Grown by Madhura Mao   A large, spiky, green coloured fruit called ‘jackfruit’ has been making appearances at markets and restaurant menus around the world. In 2017, Pinterest even declared it to be the top food trend of the year. Its fans in non-native countries often get to see jackfruit in […]

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30 September

Disruption Brings Opportunity by Jonathan Mills   There seem to be two views on necessary business change within leadership teams: Step change (significant change in policy and attitude, especially one that results in an improvement and increase) is risky and implies disrupting repetitive processes that leaders have been rewarded for improving over time Change is […]

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30 September

Baobab Holds Out Promise for Malawi’s Farmers and Forests by Sam Jones     Sitting in his well-ordered office on the outskirts of Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe, Chris Dohse reflects on the metamorphosis of the mango. How, he asks, did the once-exotic south Asian fruit achieve high street ubiquity, reinventing itself as everything from a cheesecake […]

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