Agriculture is by far the single most important economic activity in Africa. A recent report from world Bank indicates that Agribusiness in Africa is expected to be worth about 1 trillion by 2030.

With up to 60 percent of the world’s arable land, fertile soil and an ever growing population and youthfull labour force, Sub-Saharan Africa has everything it takes to become the worlds largest producer and exporter of food products.

African Business Exchange brings you periodic update news capturing the trends in agribusiness in real time while pointing you to opportunities within the sector all across Africa.

Latest Agriculture News

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Insecurity and conflict, the two inter-linked problems that have been synonymous with

What President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe had to say on the success of wheat and fertiliser production in his country

Mnangagwa was speaking at the ongoing Dakar 2 summit that took place in Senegal. What

UNESCO officially recognises Senegal as the origin of Jollof rice over Ghana and Nigeria

UNESCO has officially recognised Senegal as the origin of jollof rice, also known

Tea: Kenya’s “Black Gold”

Currently, Kenya is ranked third behind China and India as leading producer of

Second Lease of Life: The Story of Filmar

Filmar, an Italian Textile Company that has been struggling to keep afloat,

Cocoa in Ivory Coast and Ghana: recent developments

There is a saying that Chocolate makes everything better.  This saying does