South Africans are the top programmers in Africa, it’s official.
South African students recently finished ahead of Morocco, Nigeria and Tunisia in an international computer programming contest, the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) in Tehran, Iran.
By Charne Lavery and Laura Pereira
Scientific research often requires sophisticated equipment like radio telescopes or laboratories. This infrastructure is essential for scientific discovery. But another form of infrastructure is now essential too: synthesis centres. These specialise in bringing together experts across academic fields and geographies.
Dr. Nkem Khumbah, University of Michigan
The current discussion of Africa’s heralded economic growth and rise as a world power is leading to increased optimism and self-confidence on the continent.
The discussion has revolved around the need to strengthen Africa’s human capabilities to sustain such growth and ensure that the growth is accompanied by significantly less poverty and greater shared prosperity for the continent.
Africa’s first and biggest network of centers of excellence, the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) has opened a campus in Kigali, Rwanda.
The Kigali campus was launched in partnership with the Government of Rwanda at an event held at Kigali convention centre on Monday April 3rd, 2017.
A major achievement of the of the Matiang’i era that hardly features in accolades for the charismatic Cabinet Secretary and his team is his roll out of the aptly named Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) model schools the moment he stepped into his predecessor Prof Jacob Kaimenyi’s shoes a year ago.
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