SKA African partner countries to meet in Cape Town

By - SAnews.gov.za The nine members of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) African partner countries and African Very Long Baseline Interferometry Network (AVN) projects are...

Young scientists convene in Johannesburg for 38th annual Eskom Expo

The four-day event brings together young bright minds from South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania and Mexico. Tomorrow's young scientists have...

The Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (including Climate Change) (PAUWES)...

This year’s graduating students are about to constitute the next generation of engineers and policymakers committed to addressing the issues critical to Africa’s sustainable...

SA: A toast to women in Science

When one has to make a simple decision on which wine to have with tonight’s dinner - our vocab generally stretches as far as...

SA: Biodiversity to unlock opportunities in rural economy

By –SAnews.gov.za President Cyril Ramaphosa says opportunities in the biodiversity economy have the potential to unlock the country’s rural economy and lift rural people out...

Agricultural jobs for youth in Africa in the spotlight

Agricultural jobs for youth in Africa in the spotlight at High-Level Continental Conference Engaging young people through use of information and communication technologies as a...

Scientific research for Africa of Tomorrow Conference in Senegal

Prof. Abdou Salam Sall is the Chairman of the Board of TTIP (Interuniversity Postgraduate Program in Economics) and former Rector of UCAD. Professor Abdou Salam...

Nigeria can’t grow if we don’t increase awareness of science in this country –...

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), Professor James Momoh, said Nigeria can’t grow if we don’t increase...

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sends Scientists to Senegal to Capture Occultation to...

From France, the Centre national d’études spatiales and the Paris Observatory are sending scientists to participate in the occultation observation in Senegal The National Aeronautics...

Education can produce many Mandelas

Nelson Mandela once said education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. In living up to his legacy, Cooperative...

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