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NAVAIR Employees Win Women Of Color STEM Awards

NINE NAVAIR civilians won 2020 Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Awards for their community service, technical contributions, and...

Space Age: Trailblazing STEM Education

BOB GRIESMER NO-ONE in the space community would deny the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) education...

The Importance Of STEM In Post-COVID-19 Efforts In The Republic Of Congo

ON March 28, the Republic of Congo's government took some radical measures to limit the spread of the new COVID-19 (coronavirus), including...

The ‘Curious Scientist’ Won A 2020 BEYA STEM Award

THE Most Promising Scientist in Industry Award winner at the 2020 BEYA STEM Conference was Kimberly Steward. She joined Dow AgroSciences, now...

South Africa: Legislation Amendment To Harmonise Science and Technology Operations

THE South African Ministry of Science and Technology in November 2018 introduced the Science and Technology Laws Amendment Bill to the National...

Science & Technology: How STEM Professionals Are Making A Difference

ON THE June 28th episode of High-Tech Sunday, Dr. Mark Vaughn, manager, Technical Talent Pipelining for Corning Incorporated’s Technology Community and the...

What Steps Should Morocco Take to Lead Africa in Health Technology?

“AFRICAN TECH” is no longer a myth.Two-hundred-thirty-four African start-ups raised $2 billion in 2019 across all stages, from seed to growth....

STEM Training: A Call to Support Africa’s Health and Science Workforce

LYDIAH KEMUNTO BOSIRE AS INDUSTRIALIZED economies start to see Covid-19 cases decline, the threat the coronavirus poses to...

Space Technology Is Helping Conservation Efforts Better Inform Development In Africa

SARAH JEVING AT THE BALULE Nature Reserve in South Africa, rangers were using decades-old maps to track down poachers....

University of Venda Launches Voices Unite Project for Students and Youth Digital Active Citizenry

NYAKALLO TEFU  THE UNIVERSITY of Venda has joined forces with In On Africa United (IOA) in the creation...
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Litigating The Right To Education In SA – An Overview Of Some Of The Most Important Cases Of The Last 10 Years

The following op-ed is written by Ona Xolo of the Legal Resources Centre. THE basic education system in South...

Over 4 000 Gauteng Teachers Above Age 60 Forced To Retire Due To COVID

NYAKALLO TEFU WHEN schools reopen in Gauteng on August 24, many teachers might not be there.

60% Of Private Schools Risk Closing Down Due To Financial Challenges, Non-payment Of School Fees By Parents

CHARLES MOLELE and NYAKALLO TEFU At least 60% of private schools risk closing down due to financial challenges, particularly...

Food Security: Many Revolutions Were Started Because Of Hunger, Says Professor Thuli Madonsela

“Many revolutions have been started not because of philosophies, but because of hunger."This stark warning about the potential impact that the Covid-19...

#TuksTennis: Tuks Player Motivated After Being On Court With Tennis Legends

THERE ARE not many Tuks athletes who at 15 can boast of having rubbed shoulders with two of...
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