Jun 6, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Chrispine Msiska Some smallholder farmers in Balaka district have joined calls to revise the implementation of the Affordable Inputs Programme-AIP, arguing the current set up is punitive and a recipe for hunger among...

Nov 22, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

By Patrick Chihami Mulanje is one of the districts in Malawi where some investors from Kenya established Tea Estates consisting of plantations and production factories in the 1990’s through leasehold ownership contract with Malawian...

Sep 1, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

After the destruction of shops and loss of jobs from the unrests that took place in parts of Gauteng, some shops at Diepkloof Square have started operating. A number are still undergoing repairs to...

Aug 31, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa After the looting crisis in Gauteng, infrastructure was destroyed and many jobs were lost ,especially around Soweto where many shops were looted. Meanwhile, some of the shops have started operating while...

Oct 28, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

By Mmabore Mogashoa I grew up in a village area and most of the time we ate food from our parent’s yards or fields. Things changed when there was no enough rain and by...

by Chrispine Msiska Some smallholder farmers in Balaka district have joined calls to revise the implementation of the Affordable Inputs Programme-AIP, arguing the current set up is punitive and a recipe for hunger among benefiting households. A local farmer, Magret Jonas claims farm inputs are mostly easily accessible to...

By Patrick Chihami Mulanje is one of the districts in Malawi where some investors from Kenya established Tea Estates consisting of plantations and production factories in the 1990’s through leasehold ownership contract with Malawian government. The plantations occupied a lot of hectares of land leaving the local residents with...

By Minenhle Moyo Vendors operating in Bulawayo have expressed concern over the unbearable working conditions during the rainy season, citing low returns as their main challenge. Lack of proper vending infrastructure, such as vending shades entails that all vending bays will be desserted during the rainy season and most...

by Yollander Millin Internally displaced children in Bulawayo have in the month of October begun benefiting from the engagement of civil society organizations and other non governmental organisations (NGOs) that have stepped up to address the rise in food insecurity and malnutrition. The initiative came about as a reaction...

Time to take farming seriously

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Oct 28, 2020

By Mmabore Mogashoa I grew up in a village area and most of the time we ate food from our parent’s yards or fields. Things changed when there was no enough rain and by becoming an activist I started to understand why there was no rain. People have big...

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