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RISING voices: Festo Salehe Ngulu, consultant agronomist, Tanzania

Festo Salehe Ngulu was born in Mwanga District, Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania. Initially he studied general Agriculture (Diploma and BSc). Thereafter he focused on plant pathology by studying an MSc in Plant Pathology and a Diploma in Seed Pathology. 489 more words


Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek

The book ‘Party Systems and Cleavage Structures in Southern Africa : Determinants of Party Success and Failure in Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia’ ist also available in germany at the… 1,422 more words

South Africa

Sociable Weaver (Philetairus socius)

True to its name, the Sociable Weaver (Philetairus socius) lives in groups of several hundred individuals. Together, the birds construct the largest of all bird nests which are used simultaneously by several generations. 99 more words


The Babes: Papalase (Gallotone Jive GB.1986)

That swing, that melody, those voices – there’s nothing quite like a bit of South African vocal harmony jive – unmistakeable, and such a pleasure. More fine stuff from the WayhiTapes YouTube channel.

African 78s On YouTube

Living from milk: Dairy innovation platform experiences from Tanzania

Multi-stakeholder innovation platforms are one of the most important mechanisms employed in the Livestock and Fish program to build alliances and engagement with different research and development partners. 168 more words


RISING voices: Robert Richardson, agricultural economist, Malawi and Zambia

Robert Richardson was born in Louisiana, USA. He studied agricultural and resource economics and is now an Associate Professor of Sustainable Development at Michigan State University. 696 more words



Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe