H.E. THE AMBASSADOR TO LESOTHO, Mrs Mpeo MAHASE MOILOA in Brussels They say there is nothing as certain as change. If there is one thing I am certain about; is that the unique geographicalsetting of Lesotho - “The Kingdom in the Sky” will not change. Like San Marino, Lesotho is an enclave; being completely landlocked by the Republic of South Africa. If this is a permanent feature, we have no option but to make a living out of it. In as much as it is an immense challenge, the
Almkerk 20 January 2017 – NAFTC Africa was launched in 2013 to safeguard food security with Dutch produce and technology in all of Africa. NAFTC is a worldwide initiative with localised semi-official status in the ‘golden triangle’ (business, R&D institutions & government). NAFTC-Africa follows a strong cooperation agreement with SANEC whereby there is a special focus on the SADC (Southern African) countries. NAFTC-Africa aims to facilitate business-led generation and busines
NAFTC Africa supports the European Agriculture, Water& Energy Top Sector Trade Mission to Benin and Togo, as organised by Afric, the Dutch Embassy in Benin, the Consulate of Benin in The Netherlands, CCIB and CCIT. Other Dutch supporters are Platform Metropolitan Food Security (www.metropolitanfoodsecurity.nl) and Three4Life (www.three4life.org). More information: The European Trade Mission for the Top Sector such as ‘’Agriculture, Water & Energy to Benin, organised by the ab
Monday 9th of January - NAFTC-Africa’s Chairman Mr. Hak welcomed the special visit from Ms. Solange Domaye, Honorary Consul of Chad in the Netherlands. As Honorary Consul of Lesotho and as Chairman of NAFTC-Africa, Mr. Hak exchanged experiences with Ms. Domaye.
Major topics concerned cooperation in the field of food, security, land development and of course business development. Stimulating and supporting joint activities are also supported by the associations MFS (Metropol
As published online in Quartz Media, January 2017: With the consequences of Brexit and an increasingly inward-looking United States still unfolding, 2017 is likely to be an economically tumultuous year. Some African countries, however, could see sustainable growth beyond the usual narrative of Africa alternatively “rising” and “reeling.” “The countries that will be successful in 2017—whatever will happen in the global economy—are the countries which are diversifying their eco