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SAWEA’s Educational EnergyDRIVE, in partnership with SANEDI will teach learners from schools and wind farms in Western, Northern and Eastern Cape about renewable energy and climate change.
Vertically integrated renewable energy company SOLA has launched its inaugural engineering bursary to encourage solar PV expertise amongst electrical engineers.
The World Economic Forum’s guestimate that up to 20 million young people will join the African workforce annually over the next two decades makes the need to grow science technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills a priority if the continent is not to miss out on growth and employment opportunities offered by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Enel Foundation this week kicked off the Digital African module of Open Africa 2021, the fourth edition of their educational programme.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has announced the launch of the second edition of the DBSA Youth Challenge, a competition aimed at harnessing innovative solutions from young people in South Africa to help address infrastructure challenges.
Engineering is a key driver for sustainable development, yet its full workforce potential is not being utilised as less than 10% of engineers in SSA are women.
UK battery developer Aceleron have partnered with Malagasy solar start-up Jirogasy to provide solar powered laptops to school children in Madagascar.
African Development Bank's says the region must prepare better to prevent and mitigate effect of COVID-19 on region's economic growth.
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