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Africa Analysis: Sustaining South African science forum

Last month, scientists, policymakers and journalists from across Africa gathered in Pretoria, South Africa, to attend the inaugural Science Forum South Africa (SFSA). Linda Nordling suggests ways to sustain the popularity of this first forum.

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Guinea: Pointing microphones against Ebola

Brussels – As the world nervously watches the Ebola outbreak from afar, local media in Guinea work around the clock in precarious environments to make sure the population remains informed. A vital force against the crisis, these journalists need funding and international support to step up against the virus.

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Portuguese-speaking Africa: is English the only option?

Salvador – As a Brazilian science communicator, I am interested in how people communicate science in other Portuguese-speaking countries.

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Africa awaits an energy revolution

Addis Ababa – Africa is on the verge of a “revolution” in the energy sector to benefit millions of people on the continent currently not connected to electricity.

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Senegal: community radio helps to restore peace

A community radio project in Senegal’s troubled Casamance region is trying to help the peace process there by encouraging dialogue in an atmosphere of ongoing tension and violence.

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How Morocco faces the challenge of science literacy

Moroccans are receptive to science, but the country needs a much stronger communication and scientific literacy effort, says Aziz Bensalah.

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