• Can industrialised farming make Africa feed the world?
    • BBC
    • 24 October 2011

    BBC film looks at large-scale industrial farming investments in Zambia.

  • ZDA receives only 2 bids for Nansanga bloc
    • Zambia Post
    • 28 June 2011

    Sable Transport Limited of Zambia and Bonafarm Group of Hungary were the only two companies that submitted their bids for the acquisition of the core venture of 9,350 hectares and three other commercial farms.

  • 10 firms shortlisted to develop Nansanga farm block – ZDA
    • Ukzambians
    • 13 May 2011

    The Zambia Development Agency has short-listed 10 local and foreign companies (such as Chayton Capital or Pro Alia Investment) which expressed interest in the development of Nansanga farm block (155 000 ha) in Serenje.

  • Zambia: Rich African farms draw international investors
    • TradeInvest Africa
    • 02 Mar 2011

    Private investment in Africa's agriculture is rising. says Neil Crowder of British firm Chayton Africa, which recently acquired a farm in Zambia.

  • Foreign investors dominate bids for Nansanga Bloc
    • Zambia Post
    • 22 February 2011

    Of the 16 applications received, only six were from Zambia while the rest were from foreign investors from the UK, Egypt, China, Hungary, Mauritius, Switzerland and South Africa.

  • El costo de un mal negocio
    • Juventud Rebelde
    • 19 February 2011

    La explosiva convergencia de la crisis alimentaria y financiera de 2008 desencadenó una nueva carrera por la apropiación de tierras africanas, que se mantiene hasta hoy. Las corporaciones de alimentos y los inversionistas privados buscan arrancar su tajada

  • Les investisseurs étrangers bienvenus
    • Courrier International
    • 17 February 2011

    Disposant de terres arables non exploitées, la Zambie les loue à des entreprises occidentales qui y cultivent des céréales. De quoi assurer l’approvisionnement du marché national.

  • L'envolée actuelle des prix alimentaires présente des risques
    • Reuters
    • 06 January 2011

    Les risques les plus élevés d'expropriation de terres agricoles demeurent en Amérique latine, mais l'impact le plus fort des tensions actuelles pourrait se faire sentir sur les accords de terres conclus ou projetés en Afrique.

  • Rising food prices bring host of political risks
    • Reuters
    • 06 January 2011

    Food prices are soaring again and the highest risks of farmland expropriation remain in Latin America, while the greatest impact of the recent rally could be on land deals in Africa.

  • Africa: Agri-projects at 'unprecedented' levels
    • Business Day
    • 01 September 2010

    The number of investment projects in the agricultural sector in sub-Saharan Africa is at "unprecedented" levels, said Paul Runge of Africa Project Access at the ag investment conference in Durban

  • African farms lure overseas investment
    • Business Report
    • 01 September 2010

    45 new private equity funds are planning to invest US$2 billion in African agriculture in the next 3-5 years, according to participants at the Africainvestor Agribusiness Project Summit taking place in Durban

  • Unlocking Sub-Saharan Africa’s agricultural potential
    • World Bank
    • 04 June 2010

    World Bank's MIGA provides political risk insurance for Chayton Capital's $50 million farmland investments in southern Africa.

  • Send a letter calling on the financial backers of Agilis Partners to stop the land grabs and human rights violations against the Kiryandongo community in Uganda
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