Rwanda: Expert to Visit Country to Solve Mystery in Coffee Sector

Riverside, California — The expertise of entomologists at the University of California, Riverside has a worldwide impact, with researchers tracking down the natural enemy...

Louis Berger selected to oversee construction of one of the most important roads in...

The road will generate additional regional trade and economic benefits because it links the Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and Mali The Ivorian Ministry of Economic...

Burkina Faso: Gold rush hits education

A boom in Burkina Faso’s gold mining over the past three years has made the country one of Africa’s leading producers, but it is...

Second African Union Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development

Second African Union Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Theme: “Building a Sustainable Future for Africa’s Extractive Industry: From Vision...

Food Security For Uganda Is The Only Way Forward

In a recent retreat held in Entebbe, various national and international stakeholders in agriculture   came up with recommendations in regard to food security. Some...

Full Economic Potential of Carbon-Rich Mangroves Remains Untapped, Finds New UN Report

Full Economic Potential of Carbon-Rich Mangroves Remains Untapped, Finds New UN Report / Estimated Worth of Climate Benefits from Central African Mangroves up to...

2012 Youth Water Awards winners named

Johannesburg - A Grade 11 learner from KwaZulu-Natal, Mvumikazi Mcelwane, has been named the overall winner of the 2012 Youth Water Awards. Mvumikazi walked away...

Carbonised red mud can treat water cheaply

Red mud, a by-product of alumina industries, can be 'carbonised'for safe handling and the resulting material can be used to treat water contaminated with heavy metals,...

World Bank forecasts African economic growth

Some companies may struggle to adapt to a more accountable system when their operations face increased scrutiny from shareholders and tax authorities. Polarisation between the...

Africa: Govts Urged to Focus On Research, Development

African governments should introduce a small levy on exports of minerals to be channelled towards funding research and development of the resources. Analysts contend that...

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