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Mugabe Seize Farm Belonging to Former White Ruler Ian Smith

AFRICANGLOBE - The manager of a ranch owned by Zimbabwe’s last White ruler says he has been ordered by President Robert Mugabe’s government to...

Zimbabwe: Govt Scoffs at White Farmers’ Threats

The Zimbabwean government has dismissed as "empty", threats by a group of White former farmers who say they want to seize Zimbabwe's assets in...

Ethiopia Turns to Wind Power to Boost Energy Security

Ethiopia is venturing into large-scale wind power generation for the first time as it embarks on an ambitious plan to increase its electrical capacity...

Black Farmers’ Quest for Justice Draws to a Close

After decades of discrimination and years of legal wrangling, Black farmers are rushing to beat a May 11 deadline to file racial discrimination claims...

The Making of the Huge Lake Turkana Wind Power Project

It will feed 300Megawatts into the national grid via a 400km high-voltage transmission line that will be concurrently built by the Kenya Electricity Transmission...

Black Farmers Are Endurance Champions; Surviving Massacres, Broken Promises

Law is a test of endurance, especially in civil rights. The justice system can be a crushingly slow machine shattering dreams of fairness and depleting...

Mobile Technology Unlocks Dairy Farming Potential in Kenya

The iCow is a voice-based WAP enabled application that keeps farmers abreast of essential animal breeding and feeding methods through technology. A farmer can register his cows free of charge through the iCow portal and gets regular SMSs about the breeding and production patterns of the livestock.

Eco-Tourism in South Africa's Winelands

Eco-tourism in South Africa's winelands is thriving, with visitors to the Western Cape increasingly as interested in exploring the wealth of eco-tourism activities on offer as they are in sampling the region's famous wines. In fact, these days you don't even have to taste wine to enjoy a day in the winelands.

Firestone Wins Liberian Child Labor Case in US

A federal appeals court threw out a lawsuit accusing the Firestone tire company of illegally using child labor in Liberia, but found that U.S. law allows companies to be held liable for human rights abuses abroad.

Korean U.S.$400 Million Agricultural investment in Ekiti Nigeria

Investors from South Korea have entered into discussions with the Ekiti State Government to invest in the agriculture sector in the state to the tune of about $400 million.

Zimbabwean Liberation Hero Edgar Tekere Dies at Age 74

Edgar Tekere, a liberation war icon and founding member of ZANU PF, has died in Mutare at the age of 74, after a battle with cancer that lasted for more than two years. Tekere, best known for his outspokenness died peacefully early on Tuesday with his family by his side.

Namibian Poultry Farmers Goes Hi-Tech

The farm in Namibia will be one of the first in the world to be equipped with SKOV's new DOL 539, a combined climate and production computer. This house computer features a touch screen for menu navigation as well as a LAN connection for PC communication.