Ghana: United States Agency for International Development Celebrates Contributions of Women in Agribusiness

The Women in Agribusiness Summit brought together women-led agribusinesses, farmers, processors, business service providers, financial institutions, the Government of Ghana and development partners On December...

WFP celebrates 50 years in Egypt with launch of Knowledge-Sharing Partnership with Government

The agreement allows for WFP and the Government to share and expand its expertise on interventions in areas such as water management, nutrition, diversification...

Ericsson announces learnership program for 60 telecoms students

Ericsson South Africa has announced the official launch of its Learnership Programs for 60 students looking to secure long-term employment. The 6- and 12-month...

A.I. on the way: Business leaders plan to integrate robotic and artificial intelligence tech...

By Staff Writer, ZAWYA International business executives plan to invest in and integrate robotic technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) in their retail business in the...

U.S. government-led initiative to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030

September 12, 2017: Telephonic Press Briefing with Andrew M. Herscowitz, Coordinator for Power Africa, a U.S. government-led initiative to double access to electricity in...

Electrifying the Deserts of Africa

Solarplaza unveiled ‘The Solar Future: Deserts of Africa’, a new platform aimed at exploring the opportunities that accompany solar PV development in Africa’s deserts. During...

BC Innovation Saving Lives in Africa with Mobile Surgical Skills Training

Vancouver non-profit CNIS and Conquer Mobile collaborate to reduce maternal and injury mortality rates by teaching surgical skills to African healthcare workers. CNIS will...

SA: CSIR female researchers breaking ground in healthcare

By – SAnews.gov.za Diabetic patients in South Africa have to prick their fingers three times a day to check their sugar levels. This method of monitoring...

Making water infrastructure intelligent is a water wise move for Africa

By Sabine Dall’Omo, CEO for Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa Rapid urbanisation across the continent is having an effect on water demands and it is...

Youth must lead the science revolution

By- SAnews.gov.za Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the youth must take the baton and lead the science revolution. “We have a responsibility to develop a community...

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