Category: BOAF

Oct - 11
2018

BANKING ON AGRICULTURE FOR AFRICA’S FUTURE.

As countries across sub-Saharan Africa grapple with the challenges of sustaining high levels of economic growth, plunging commodity prices, and the effects of climate change, revitalizing agriculture must become a priority on the continent. The latest World Bank report warns that anemic recovery in…

Oct - 11
2018

Is agriculture inclusive?

There is no white or black lilly. A lilly is a lilly. But common sense is not common. Dr Martha Namunidjebo-Tilahun, the recipient of the 2018, African Women Excellence Award, visited the Lilly Valley farm yesterday. Ms Carin Van Den…

Oct - 04
2018

Adopting the BOAF mindset for you, AND Corporate!

BOAF(Banking On Africa’s Future) in association with 1873 network and 1873fm Radio seek to identify, profile, showcase and in the end, Celebrate the role of all business actors in delivering the promise of an Inclusive, Prosperous & Diverse Africa. Corporate…

Oct - 02
2018

The Greenhouse Tech Talk Live on The 1873 FM

Posted by Mutumwa Mawere on Monday, 1 October 2018 While operations can still thrive and be very successful using traditional methods, there’s no doubt that growers of all ages and experience levels are embracing technology and the new products that…

Sep - 07
2018

Corporate Literacy Conversation With Bukhosi Sibanda

#BridgeToOpportunity use it to advantage. There are many in networks who are business actors but are challenged in terms of access to quality financial support. Some don’t even have a Chartered Accountant in their circle of friends. Equally we have…

Jul - 05
2018

Banking on Africa’s Future 03

What is the significance and meaning of this day to us as Africans? John Adams (October 30, 1735 – July 4, 1826), one of the founding fathers and the second President of the United States (1797-1801) wrote to his wife,…