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    29-Sep-2014 to 14:27

    EU commits 3.8mn Euros to Malawi's agriculture and education

    APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — The European Union (EU) has committed (MK2 billion) 3.8 Euros towards agricultural research and education in Malawi, APA learns here Monday.

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    22-Sep-2014 to 15:16

    World Bank invests $20m in Angola agric project – Official

    APA-Luanda (Angola) — The World Bank has invested more than US$20 million in Angola’s Market Oriented Smallholder Agriculture project (MOSAP) over the past two years, a bank official said Monday.

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    17-Sep-2014 to 12:56

    Malawi tobacco earns higher than previous year

    APA- Lilongwe (Malawi) — The sale of Malawi tobacco has earned about US$357 million higher than what was realized last year and the market has since been closed.

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    15-Sep-2014 to 15:22

    Gambia to launch $15 million agric project

    APA-Banjul (Gambia) — The Gambia government through the Ministry of Agriculture is to launch a US$15.92 million project titled ‘the Gambia Commercial Agriculture and Value Chain Management Project’ (GCAV) in Banjul on 16th September, APA learns here Monday.

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    11-Sep-2014 to 13:02

    Nigeria to spend $200m on rice, cassava processing plants

    APA – Lagos (Nigeria) — Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the construction and installation of 10 rice milling and six cassava processing plants at the estimated cost of N13 billion (about $200m) to be sited in strategic locations in the country.

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    10-Sep-2014 to 07:12

    Interpol to enhance Namibia’s capacity in tackling poaching

    APA-Windhoek (Namibia) – — The international law enforcement agency, Interpol has joined the Namibian government’s efforts against poaching by training members of the police’s Protective Resource Unit and environmental officials from the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.

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    06-Sep-2014 to 11:53

    Zimbabwe: Mugabe wants remaining white farmers evicted

    APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — President Robert Mugabe has called on Zimbabweans to get rid of remaining white farmers still owning land in the southern African country, the private NewsDay reported on Saturday.

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