Uganda revives coffee sector
Here is an interesting story of a , Ugandan farmer Betty Ndugga.
She used to trade in clothing but then ventured into the sale of an improved variety of coffee seedlings and some what helping her community to develop.
For the past 24 years, coffee wilt disease has destroyed over 12 million plants threatening Uganda’s top export crop but now a wilt resistant variety has been developed, which promises to give farmers healthier crops.
Angola trims May crude exports
Angola, Africa’s second largest oil producer has agreed to cut its May crude exports.
This move is in compliance with an OPEC deal to curb production despite the country’s low record on oil production and exports this year.
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