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Namibia plans to increase red meat exports to China and Middle East

Namibia plans to increase red meat exports to China and Middle EastNamibia plans to increase its red meat exports to China and the Middle East with a view to expanding its market access and increasing its export earnings from agricultural products. The Namibia National Meat Board (MBN) revealed this on Thursday. MBN Marketing Director Desmond Cloete said Namibia has used the services of the University of the Northwest in South Africa to conduct desktop market research targeting China and the Middle East with a view to increase red meat with particular emphasis on beef, mutton and lamb exports. to these destinations. The survey, which focused on the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and China, showed that these markets are lucrative and will enable Namibia to withstand the competition from other African producers, according to Cloete. “The next step would be to select a clear approach to market entry and the study proposed the following strategies, including exporting […]

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APO Group – Africa Newsroom / Press release | Coronavirus

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Women Launch Their Own #MeToo Movement In Kuwait

    Women in Kuwait are defying conservative norms and a culture of “shame” to speak out against harassment for the first time, in a social media campaign sparked by a popular fashion blogger. Dozens of testimonies about being stalked, harassed or assaulted have emerged online, focused on the Instagram account “Lan Asket”, Arabic for … Continue reading Women Launch Their Own #MeToo Movement In Kuwait Read Full Story

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Red Cross to help 500 million get Covid shots

Red Cross to help 500 million get Covid shotsThe Red Cross launched a plan Thursday to help vaccinate 500 million people against Covid-19 in over 100 countries, warning that leaving out the world’s poorest could seriously backfire. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said it would throw its weight into the distribution and acceptance of vaccines among some of the hardest-to-reach communities. The Geneva-based IFRC said it would spend 100 million Swiss francs ($111 million, 92.5 million euros) on the push and was already working with governments in more than 60 countries to see where its help could be the most effective. x “The current lack of equity in the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines is alarming and could backfire to deadly and devastating effect,” IFRC secretary general Jagan Chapagain told reporters. He said nearly 70 percent of vaccine doses administered so far had been in the world’s 50 richest countries while only 0.1 percent […]

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Suriname Oil Discoveries are Cause for Celebration, but Only If We Apply Proven Lessons to Make it Work for Everyone (By Clarence Seedorf and NJ Ayuk)

Suriname Oil Discoveries are Cause for Celebration, but Only If We Apply Proven Lessons to Make it Work for Everyone (By Clarence Seedorf and NJ Ayuk)By Clarence Seedorf (Chair, Black Impact Foundation) and NJ Ayuk (Chair, African Energy Chamber [www.EnergyChamber.org]) There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has sent global energy markets reeling. Oil and gas has undeniably been one of the hardest-hit industries, with prices still struggling to rebound from the collapse in demand during the first quarter of 2020. Coupled with increasing concerns about climate change and its effect on conventional energy production, it seems difficult to find a bright spot.  But there is one, and it’s Suriname. In the year since news reports first began describing a novel coronavirus in China, the resource-rich waters off the South American nation have become the target for increased drilling activity, and a growing number of producers are taking a chance on the region’s potential. Last April, for example, Apache Corporation and Total reported a significant oil offshore discovery. The successful Sapakara West-1 well was actually […]

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