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Monsanto: More testing will follow GM maize release in SA

The new drought-tolerant maize trait, MON 87460, has been approved by the Executive Council of the GMO Act for conditional general release in the Republic...

Outrage greets Mosanto GM maize deal in South Africa

Non-governmental and farmer organisations from South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique, Kenya and Uganda have condemned the go-ahead given by the South African GMO authorities for Monsanto...

Civil society, farmers oppose US human trials of Uganda-bound ‘super banana’

The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA), a Pan African platform comprising civil society networks and farmer organisations working towards food sovereignty in...

‘Africa can feed Africa without GMOs’

Experts at the Africa Climate Change conference in Marrakech, Morocco have restated Africa’s capacity to feed itself now and in the future without genetically...

‘How GM foods advocates promote poverty, dependency in Africa’

The recent article, GM scaremongering in Africa is disarming the fight against poverty, published in the Guardian’s PovertyMatters Blog on 21 July 2014, is...

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Germany environmental groups warn against cuts in climate funding

Environmental groups are demanding that the German Government should not cut funding for efforts to address climate change, amid...
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Group to assist NGOs, SMEs, others to access funding

The Africa Business Ventures and Investment Group, says it will assist civil society organisations (CSOs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and...

Global gas flaring rises to highest level since 2019, says World Bank

The amount of gas flared worldwide in 2023 rose by nine billion cubic meters (bcm) to 148 bcm, its...

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Germany environmental groups warn against cuts in climate funding

Environmental groups are demanding that the German Government should...

Group to assist NGOs, SMEs, others to access funding

The Africa Business Ventures and Investment Group, says it...
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