Agriculture

Lesotho Wool Scores High price

Nov 28, 2018No Comments

Lesotho wool has scored the highest ever price for wool farmers after the auction closed at M185.26 per kg yesterday afternoon in the inaugural direct,

UNDP Project Prepares Farmers For Drought

Oct 16, 2018No Comments

JULIUS ‘Mako, a small holder vegetable farmer from Ha Nkhetheleng in Mohale’s Hoek district, earns a living by selling his produce to the local community.

FAO Initiatives Boost Food Security

Jul 16, 2018No Comments

  EIGHTY-YEAR old Matseko Raseboko had lost hope of ever sustaining herself and her grandchildren due to the incessant droughts which put paid to their

Matsipa Leads The Way In The ‘Green Gold...

Jun 11, 2018No Comments

“ Bokang Matsipa with some of the harvested marijuana WHEN he was forced to drop out of school due to financial challenges, Bokang Matsipa plunged

Sani Wines On Ambitious Journey

May 11, 2018No Comments

A MASERU family’s bid to have their wine served at the royal wedding of Prince Harry in England later this month hit a snag last

How To Grow Crops In The Desert: West Afric...

Dec 13, 2016No Comments

In a sign of growing ties between Israel and Africa, officials from 13 West African countries came to Jerusalem this week to discuss how to grow

African Youth in Agriculture: Biggest Poten...

Feb 04, 2015No Comments

The creation of business opportunities for unemployed youth in the agricultural sector is the central focus of an Africa-wide initiative led by the International Institute

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