Africa to recreate leading COVID-19 shots to address vaccine inequities

Young scientists in some Cape Town warehouses are gathering and calibrating the equipment required to reverse engineer a COVID-19 vaccine that has yet

Maldives Government issues grim warning in the lead up to COP26

Maldives’ environment minister has reportedly issue a grim warning that states that the failure to control global warming and climate change cou

IMF more upbeat on growth opportunities in Middle East & North Africa

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has become more optimistic on the Middle East and North Africa’s economic growth prospects this year and t

China’s economic growth slumps amid construction, power, property woes

China’s economy reportedly witnessed a dip in the last quarter due to construction slowdown and power crunch. The nation’s economy increas

Brexit: EU to lower Northern Ireland border checks on British goods

The European Union (EU) has reportedly revealed plans for setting out proposals in response to the trade row in Northern Ireland. The ‘far-reach

Tobacco maker KT&G to build forest to help battle global climate crisis

South Korea’s leading tobacco maker Korea Tobacco & Ginseng Corporation (KT&G) plans to build a forest as part of its efforts to tackle

JICA sets aside USD 2.5 million to promote circular economy in Nairobi

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has reportedly invested around USD 2.5 million in Sanergy Inc., a U.S. sanitation startup in Nairobi

Fossil fuels must stay underground to tackle climate change: Scientists

Researchers have recently advised that about 90% of coal reserves and 60% of oil and gas reserves must be kept underground to keep global warming belo

Moderna to develop 500Mn vaccine doses at its new facility in Africa

American pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, Moderna has recently revealed plans to open a new vaccine production facility in Africa. According