Archive for the ‘Science and Technology’ Category

Arab, African Youths Play Active Role In Building Future: Egypt’s President

ASWAN, Egypt, Egyptian President, Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, said that, young people will play an active role in overcoming the challenges surrounding the Arab and African countries, to build the future.

Sisi’s … Read More

South Africa’s Zuma won’t seek MP seat, party list shows

JOHANNESBURG, Former South African president Jacob Zuma will not seek a place in parliament in the May 8 elections, the ruling party has said, surprising those who expected him to … Read More

Cyclone Idai: Malawi, Mozambique send SOS to South Africa

PRETORIA, Malawi and Mozambique have requested assistance from the South African government following destruction caused by Cyclone Idai in the two neighbouring countries.

The cyclone, which has already claimed 10 … Read More

Possible Power Outages In Days Warned In South Africa

CAPE TOWN, S. Africa, South Africa’s state-owned electricity utility, Eskom, warned of possible power outages in the next few days, amid a worsening power crisis in the country, since Feb.… Read More

South Africa reiterates support for new Zimbabwe

HARARE (ZIMBABWE), President Cyril Ramaphosa has reiterated South Africa’s commitment to work with Zimbabwe in addressing the socio-economic challenges experienced by the two neighbouring countries.

Ramaphosa made the commitment in … Read More

South Africa, World Bank work to boost investment climate

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa and the World Bank have signed an agreement that will boost the local business environment while also helping to enhance foreign direct investment into the country.

Signed … Read More

Study: Farmers Need Lower Emissions to Mitigate Rainfall Changes

NEW YORK A radical decrease in greenhouse gas emissions is needed if farmers are to have time to prepare for major changes in rainfall that could decimate crops, researchers said … Read More

Sudanese Court Sends 9 Women Arrested in Protests to Prison

CAIRO Sudan sentenced nine women to a month’s imprisonment for taking part in anti-government protests, an opposition group said Sunday, the latest in a crackdown aimed at quashing almost three … Read More

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