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In addition, many African countries have reformed their economies and have now opened the doors to foreign investment in agriculture.
The Swaziland government has acquired a ginnery for the processing of cotton for local farmers, who serve both the domestic and export markets. The ginnery is currently operational and needs a financial and technical partner to invest alongside Swazi farmers in the following:
Booming business out of aquaculture is happening elsewhere in the world, compared to Africa where the sector is still at its infancy. But there is a wind of change blowing on the continent as African governments implement policies that are opening lucrative investment opportunities in the sector.
The historic launch of the Chipata-Mchinji railway line will provide the shortest route to the port of Nacala on the Indian Ocean, boosting trade not only in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia but the entire southern African region.
Linking eastern Zambia to Malawi, the Chipata-Mchinji railway would join Nacala railway in Mozambique, leading to the Nacala port.