SA slow to act on African agricultural initiative

South Africa’s Interministerial Team is under pressure to start implementing the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad) , which wants the endorsement of the country with the most advanced agricultural production and value chain on the continent. There is a proposal to establish a road map to fast-track CAADP implementation, and bolster agricultural policy implementation within the CAADP framework, which is vital to reduce hunger and poverty on the continent. Read more here.
Hopewell Radebe, Businessday

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