While the tsunami-caused nuclear plant emergency in Japan is leading to reassessments of nuclear energy policy around the world, in Africa, experts say challenges remain the same as before. They say limits to expanding nuclear power on the continent are of a financial nature, as well as related to fears of political instability. Africa has […]
OPPORTUNITY AFRICA: Opportunities are being offered to press officers from African research institutes to develop their knowledge and skills could be an important step in improving media coverage of African science, according to the organisers of a workshop taking place as part of the World Conference of Science Journalists 2011. The all-day workshop, supported by […]
BLOG: Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has taken part in the final presidential debate before three weeks of nationwide elections. None of his main challengers took part because they are protesting the president’s refusal to join an earlier debate. President Jonathan had the stage to himself after all three of his main challengers boycotted the nationally-televised […]
OPPORTUNITY: GHANA – Have you ever dreamt of becoming an entrepreneur? Imagine getting a fully paid-for two yearlong training on entrepreneurship, mentorship from top business leaders and support to start your own company. The Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology is accepting applications for its Entrepreneurs In Training (EITs) program, a program that admits persons who have […]
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InformAfrica Blog: Today, Namibia formerly known as South West Africa; celebrates her 21 years of independence from South Africa. With an area of 824,269 square kilometres, Namibia is a mainly arid country, with a sparse and widely dispersed population, estimated at 1.4 million, which is culturally and linguistically diverse. About half the inhabitants live in […]
At least 25 people were reported killed in heavy rains and flooding in the south-western Angolan province of Namibe this Sunday morning. This may lead to a dangerous Cholera outbreak in the region. This is a call to reach out to them.