It is critical for us to develop partnerships internally and even outside Africa.
Developed countries are like that for a reason and it all can’t be attributed to colonisation. Those countries are ahead because they have developed sophisticated systems, products, and ways of thinking. We are yet to catch up as Africans and this is why we are still behind. I advocate for us to partner with people from those countries as often as possible so that we can pick up the pace and catch up quickly.
To protect our food supply and prevent malnutrition in the face of climate change, the degradation of our planet, and diseases such as COVID-19, researchers from Israel and the United Kingdom have released a new report detailing how we need “radical changes to the food system”. In particular, the researchers say that we need to produce more “novel foods”.
As Zambia moves towards an ultimate goal of becoming a net exporter of energy in the region the Kafue Gorge Lower, Batoka Gorge and the Zambia-Tanzania-Kenya Interconnector projects have attracted significant investment.