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Agriculture (104)

Savanna Beef Processors is planning to start construction of its new export beef-processing facility in May.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Water, and Land Reform is set to re-advertise the three green schemes of Katima Liselo, Tandjieskoppe, and Zone, after previous bids failed to interest investors. 

A good rainy season should be perceived as one that starts in time as anticipated, is well distributed throughout the season, and ultimately rehydrates the soil, refills water sources, and revegetates the rangeland. However, of recent, rainfall activities are conspicuously erratic, and their effects can be a concern.

Namibian rangelands present a variety of forage resources to livestock and wild animals for survival.

The Namibia Correctional Service (NCS) is taking steps to address food insecurity in the country by expanding green initiatives at its various facilities.

Namibia’s agricultural sector is forecasted to post positive growth next year, driven by growth in  livestock production and expected adequate rainfall in the current Summer season, according to research firm Simonis Storm.

Namibia’s beef market recorded a 36% growth in cattle marketed in October 2022, due to a 60% increase in live exports to 15,667 in October from 9,808 recorded in the prior month, latest figures from Agribank show.

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Namibia has entered into an agreement with Tololi Online to implement and scale up joint efforts on e-commerce solutions for Rural Transformation, Human Capital Development and Sustainable Food Systems.

As Namibian farmers eagerly anticipate a favorable rainy season as forecasted, however, the signs of climate change still linger.

The Namibian government has extended the proposal submission deadline for three green schemes by two more weeks to give investors more time to bid. 

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