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LONDON - Agriculture Entrepreneurship Group, Agro Mindset Organisation picked up the Invest in Africa Sustainable Business Award at this year’s Ghana-UK Based Achievement (GUBA) awards on November 16 in London.
According to Executive Director David Asare Asiamah, the massive work the organisation has done since it began operations in training and equipping young people with the necessary skills to work in various agricultural sectors made it the best positioned firm to win the award. Agro Mindset Organisation and three other firms were vying for the Invest In Africa Sustainable Business Awards.
An increasing number of farmers In Ivory Coast are switching from food crops to cash crops including cocoa and rubber because of more stable incomes, forcing women from the Guro tribe in the south-western part of Ivory Coast to take the lead in food crops business and ensure food security in the country. But the challenges faced by these women are profound; entrenched traditions and discriminatory customs restrict their access to ownership, occupation and use of land, stifle their chance for real progress and provoke widespread fears about future food (in)security in the country.
JOHANNESBURG - A trading, online platform has been launched. Going.co.za has an ambitious plan to be the business to business African marketplace. With heavily discounted products, the initiative aims to attract entrepreneurs, small retailers and traders. Entrepreneurship Africa (EA) spoke to Jonathan Kantey (JK) - Chief Marketing Officer of Going!
CHIREDZI - The World food Programme has estimated that at least 2 million Zimbabweans need food aid. This follows an erratic 2012-2013 rain season. While the majority are facing real starvation. In the South-eastern Zimbabwe, Taurai Bhurakufesi is planning rain harvesting to curb hunger.
The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) General Assembly jointly hosted by Zimbabwe and Zambia is seen as an opportunity to bolster tourism in the two southern African countries. Zimbabwe's minister responsible for Tourism, Walter Mzembi tells Entrepreneurship Africa about why such an opportunity falls into their plans to promote the tourism industry.