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21 Nov 2014
Gold being poured in a South African mine. South Africa has the world’s largest gold-mining industry. UN Photo
The sky will be the limit for African countries once they industrialize their agricultural sector.
That’s the view of Ambassador Arthur Kafeero, Chef de Cabinet in the Office of the President of the UN General Assembly.
Ambassador Kafeero participated in an event on the occasion of Africa Industrialization Day, observed on 20 November, and which focused on agriculture.
He told Derrick Mbatha that Africa’s economy has made “tremendous progress” in recent years.