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Zimbabwe to allocate US$1.5 million annually to R&D

In line with resolutions from the recent COMESA science meeting, Zimbabwe is to dedicate US$1.5 million to research every ...

02/10/12

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Critics question worth of Zambian science

Questions have been raised in the Zambian parliament over the relevance of scientific research carried out with public funds.

13/12/07

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Zambia announces steps to plug brain drain

Zambia has announced a range of measures to encourage homegrown scientific talent to stay in the country.

26/11/07

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Knowledge for natural resources: a fair exchange?

China and Africa are forging links using Africa's resources, but is it an even deal? Talent Ngandwe investigates the ...

22/06/07

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Ghana overhauls science education in schools

Science and technology have been given new priority in both primary and secondary education under Ghana's new education reforms.

18/06/07

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African Union holds G8 to account

The African Union has called for an independent body to hold the G8 to account for funding promised to ...

15/06/07

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New Gambian academy puts science centre stage

The Gambia has acknowledged the importance of science to its economy with the announcement of its first science academy ...

12/06/07

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Zambia questions men touting HIV/AIDS cure

Zambia's drug authority says it will prosecute two men if their claims to have a HIV/AIDS 'cure' are unsubstantiated.

07/06/07

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Venezuela invigorates Gambian science

Venezuela will help the Gambia improve its research and development as part of a five-year plan announced last week.

06/06/07

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Mali gets serious about home-grown science

Mali has adopted a ten-year plan to develop and fund local agricultural science.

30/05/07

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Mosquitoes with ‘selfish genes’ may help fight malaria

Selfish genes could enable mosquitoes resistant to malaria or dengue fever to outcompete the natural population.

02/04/07

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Diet of breast milk alone reduces HIV transmission

Feeding infants exclusively on breast milk reduces the risk of HIV/AIDS transmission — with implications for national policy.

30/03/07

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