THE 3RD COFFEE TECHNOLOGY EXPO, AT LAKE VIEW HOTEL, MBARARA, UGANDA.

7TH TO 8TH SEPTEMBER 2018 Brazafric Enterprises Limited (BEL) and Africa Coffee Academy (ACA), collaborate in hosting a unique event ‘COFFEE TECHNOLOGY EXPO (CTE)’ that is focused on introduction of innovations and technology that improve productivity and farmers’ incomes. The partnership is expected to create interactions for the benefit of the actors in the coffee value chain. The world is …

KENYA TO HOST THE 123RD SESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COFFEE COUNCIL, NEXT YEAR (2019)

8TH TO 12TH APRIL Brazafric, represented by the Group C.E.O Mr. Marcos Brandalise and the Commercial Director Mr. Readon Sakwa attended the 1st Kenya coffee platform, that brought stakeholders across the value chain. Reforms in the sector spearheaded by the coffee subsector implementation committee were discussed as well as avenue of doubling productivity and income of the over 700,000 coffee …

Coffee Power Breakfast Talk at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.

28 MARCH 2018 Brazafric Group C.EO, Mr. Marcos R.G. Brandalise and the Commercial Director, Mr. Readon Sakwa attended the coffee power breakfast talk, held at safari park hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. The African Fine Coffees Association in Partnership with UTZ invites organized the event with the key speaker being Mr. Eduardo Sampaio a Representative of campo café e cacao – …

Sasini Coffee Mill Open Day, 8th Dec. 2017

Brazafric Group participated in the Sasini Field day on Friday, 8th December 2017, in Kiambu central in Kenya. This is an annual open day held every end of year by Sasini Coffee Mills Ltd which is organized and coordinated by Mr. James Muriithi the General Manager of Sasini coffee mill. Brazafric was amongst the invited exhibitors in the event and …

Brazafric at the Forum Brazil Africa in Sao Paulo Brazil

The Brazafric Group just participate on the 5th Forum Brazil Africa in Sao Paulo Brazil! Our CEO Marcos RG Brandalise lead a delegation of 8 African business man to the event that had a huge success and great speakers on the theme Inovation and Technology! The forum also counted with the presence of the legendary Min of Africulture Dr Alison …

State minister for Agriculture Christopher Kibazanga inspects some of the agricultural equipment used in coffee processing at Lugogo last week

New agriculture machinery is flooding the African market. These machines are faster, safer, environmentally friendly and more reliable than their previous models. But can everyone keep up with all the development and new systems? It seems like the Ugandan Government noticed that there is a need for manufactures and distributors to train farmers before even buying anything. This should ensure …