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South Africa Needs Laws To Deal With Deepfakes, Writes UJ’s Professor Tshilidzi Marwala

PROFESSOR TSHILIDZI MARWALA IT IS election season once again in the United States, and if the latest polls data is anything to go by (and...

Acornhoek Physics Summer School is Accelerating Space Education in South Africa

ACORNHOEK Physics Summer School is a summer school that is hosted every year to improve understanding of Physics and Mathematics. The summer school started...

STEM Learning Should Engage Students’ Minds, Hands and Hearts

THESE unprecedented times are a reminder to all of us about the importance of science and its impact on society. Citizens face significant cognitive...

South Africa’s First STEM Digital School

THIS year, computer science and non-profit organisation, Africa Teen Geeks launched their STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) digital school to help learners continue their computer...

Ghana Pledges Gender Parity To Promote Science And Technology Sustainably

GOVERNMENT is pledging inclusivity and gender parity in ongoing efforts to sustainably promote science, technology and innovation in all spheres of national development. According to...

Senegalese Scientist Launches Website To Spotlight Africans Working in STEM

NELLIE PEYTON GROWING up in a trading town in Senegal, Adji Bousso Dieng loved school and had a particular talent for maths. But with a...

After Years of Gains, Black STEM Representation Is Falling. Why?

When Shirley Malcom decided in 1963 to forego the University of Alabama, the still fitfully integrating school just 50 miles from her native Birmingham,...

A 26-year-old Is First Woman To Win Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize For Innovation

A 26-year-old from Ivory Coast has won the 2020 Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation. Charlette N’Guessan is the first woman to...

These Girls In Rural Zimbabwe Are Still Learning During The Coronavirus Pandemic, Thanks To Women In STEM

ANDREW WIGHT PATIENCE Mkandawire, 27, grew up in Zimbabwe's rural Nkayi District and has gone on to study IT and software engineering– now she...

Women In STEM Fields: Bridging the Gender Digital Divide in South Africa

UPASANA SINGH With the increased dependence on accurate information and user friendly technology during the COVID-19 pandemic, the world saw the exacerbation of the digital...
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