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Research And Development Critical To Africa`s Economic Transformation

By Lazarus Sauti , 24 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Shem Arungu-Olende, director of the African Academy of Sciences, believes adequate science and technological activities, including research and development are pillars for Africa’s economic transformation. Arungu-Olende said .. Read More →

Soil Fertility Key To African Green Revolution

By Islam Sabulino , 24 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Pedro A. Sánchez, director of the Earth Institute’s Tropical Agriculture and Rural Environment Program and a senior research scholar believes that fertile soils are critical to boosting .. Read More →

Three Women Rescued From "Slavery" After 30 Years In London

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 23 , Nov 2013


News of The South can now reveal that three women were rescued in south London were they were kept as slaves at a house for more than 30 years. An .. Read More →

Zimbabwe MP Khumalo Attends Burundi HIV/AIDS Seminar

By Eugene Majuru , 23 , Nov 2013


Zimbabwe`s MP for Bulawayo East and Vice President Of the IPU Advisory Group on HIV/AIDS-MNCH (Maternal and Child Health) Hon. Thabitha Khumalo is currently in Burundi attending a seminar to .. Read More →

Mali shooting Suspect Hates white Investigators

By Correspondent , 23 , Nov 2013


Bamako (AFP) - A Malian arrested after a French police officer was shot at in Bamako "hates white people" and has a history of violence, sources close to the investigation .. Read More →

Political Will Key To Biotech Success: FAO Report

By Lazarus Sauti , 22 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Political will and farmer involvement are critical to direct research and innovation on biotechnologies that could cut poverty in rural areas of developing countries. This is according .. Read More →

Western Donors Freeze $150 million Aid And Malawi Hits Back

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


Blantyre (Malawi) (AFP) - A Malawian minister on Thursday criticised Western donors for withholding aid worth $150 million after the government exposed corruption, saying it could prompt other African leaders .. Read More →

Swaziland Cabinet Ministers Are Highest Paid In The SADC Region

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


MBABANE – Swaziland’s Cabinet ministers are the highest paid among comparative economies in the SADC region in terms of GDP growth. The Cabinet ministers were compared to those of Namibia, .. Read More →

Africa Needs New Organisations To Support Innovation

By Lazarus Sauti , 21 , Nov 2013


Calestous Juma, professor of the Practice of International Development at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, United States believes that new institutions are needed to modernise farming in countries within .. Read More →

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