Samsung Inspires Fans for Africa’s biggest football tournament

Company creates spaces for fans to enjoy matches and share their passion for the game. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (http://www.samsung.com), a global leader in the consumer electronics...

Winners of the Making More Health Competition

Winners of the Making More Health Competition Bring Fresh Innovation to Solving Problems in Health Three winners whose solutions are tackling today’s most pressing health...

Cape Town: Design Indaba Online FilmFest is coming soon

By Thandisizwe Mgudlwa - AfricanBrains It is the first for DesignIndaba.com According to Design Indaba: "In the spirit of presenting great design content we are excited...

Tanzania: Women in Science,Beyond Bias and Barriers

Women have continued to lag behind in terms of education and independence, all because of bad policies and cultural norms. Culturally, boys are given...

Egyptian wins US$100,000 African Innovation Prize

This article was originally published on the SciDev.Net Website 14 May 2012. An invention that allows people to access mobile phone networks has won the prestigious African...

Using innovation to assist Tanzania’s craft firms

By George Achia – Sci.Dev.Net Tanzanian government funding aims to help weavers, wood carvers and furniture makers profit from science, says George Achia. In Mwenge, a...

Rwanda Update: Kagame post-election, ICT, investment & baby-booming

On August 9th President Paul Kagame (Rwandan Patriotic Front - RPF) was re-elected after winning 93% of the popular vote. So what's in store...

UNAOC And BMW Group Announce Intercultural Innovation Winners

- UN Secretary General lauds winners as contributors to global peace, prosperity  The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the BMW Group announced the...

Google keen to support SA wireless projects

US Internet giant Google is keen to invest in and support SA companies that want to build pilot wireless broadband networks using radio frequency...

Mobile money slowly turning East Africa into cashless society

Ali Ndiwalana, an IT specialist, had just finished an interview with The EastAfrican at Dormans Coffee House in Kampala, just across where he works, when he...

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