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Daily Archives: 11/18/2015

AFRICA’S most influential young scientists revealed

AFRICA’S most influential young scientists revealed

Africa's most influential scientists and technologists solving global problems have been named. The 12, named under the auspices of the Next Einstein Forum (NEF), are working in A ...

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Miss SA finalists announced

Miss SA finalists announced

The 12 Miss South Africa finalists have been announced. They will compete for the title presented by Sun International in collaboration with Cell C at the Carnival City on March 1 ...

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The role of ICT in enabling socio-economic development

The role of ICT in enabling socio-economic development

There can be little doubt that the burgeoning Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector is shaping the future of socio-economic development across Africa. So much so ...

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Norway to help revive terror-stricken Northeast

Norway to help revive terror-stricken Northeast

Norway has pledged to work with the Nigerian government to rebuild destroyed communities and resettle displaced people in the Northeast. The European country's Ambassador to Niger ...

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Joburg urges Africa to embrace eco-mobility

Joburg urges Africa to embrace eco-mobility

Johannesburg Mayor, Parks Tau, has urged African cities to develop policies that will pave way for eco-mobile forms of transportation and ease traffic congestion. He said most Afr ...

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Drought projected to lower red meat prices

Drought projected to lower red meat prices

The persistent dry spells have come as a blessing in disguise for red meat lovers in South Africa. This follows reports farmers are reducing their livestock as a result of deterio ...

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