Topic : Curriculum Design to Include the African Roots of STEM Indigenous Knowledge and Education Speaker : Prof. Mammo Muchie Date 4th July 2020, 4PM (South African Time) Zoom Meeting ID : 86047285953
Dr. Yacuba Traore is conferred with Doctorate Technologae (D. Tech) in Business Administration from Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), Pretoria, South Africa. He was awarded the degree on 30th June 2020 in Virtual Mode. His PhD topic was "Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in South Africa. Dr.
"The declaration outcome on the Nile Basin Grand Renaissance Dam (GERD) at the conference held on June 27, 2020 organised by the Ethiopian embassy in collaboration with the EPASA ( Ethiopian Professional Association in Southern Africa (https://www.ethpasa.org/) for Ethiopia to finalize the filling and the full construction of the dam
What can we learn from Africa? All the science, technology, the original knowledge is always indigenous. Prof. Mammo Muchie, DST/NRF Research Professor, Faculty of Management Sciences Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. African Innovation Week - The African innovation revolution
The interview is on how to find practical solutions with full agreement by all to get the grand Renaissance Dam to fill on time with the 86 % of Nile River water that flows from upstream Ethiopia to down stream Sudan and Egypt https://www.facebook.com/umediahouse/videos/582080025784140/ United Media House on 19 January 2020
Africa Day Celebrations25th May 2020COVID-19 and Africa's Future Development : Opportunities and Challenges Program https://sarchi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Africa-Day-2020-final-Programme-25-May-for-distribution-002.pdf