AfDB, EBRD unite for sustainable private sector funding in Africa

With the need for private sector funding and participation in climate mitigation in Africa prolifically rising, international investment enterprises are also going out of their way to help the country accelerate its energy transition and also to bring the countries in

Invest Africa, DLA Piper to support renewable energy projects in Africa

Invest Africa, the leading trade and investment platform for African markets has partnered with global law firm, DLA Piper, to support the development of ESG best practice in Africa’s renewable energy projects.

Study finds South Africa variant gives immunity against other strains

A new medical study has reportedly found that that people that were previously infected and recovered from the 501Y.V2 strain of COVID-19, more commonly known as the South African variant, have effectively developed new antibodies that could help them build up immunity to being infected by other

Study finds South Africa variant gives immunity against other strains

A new medical study has reportedly found that that people that were previously infected and recovered from the 501Y.V2 strain of COVID-19, more commonly known as the South African variant, have effectively developed new antibodies that could help them build up immunity to being infected by other

Plant immune system riddle solved through latest research

Scientists have long been looking for an answer to one of the key questions about plant immune system – how do plants build resilience? Finally an international research team led by the University of Göttingen have managed to find the answer by showing a relation between a relatively u

Rainy season in California late by a month than 60 years ago

Through a new study published by scientists in AGU’s journal Geophysical Research Letters, it has been pointed out that California’s annual rainy season has been pushed back from November to December than it did 60 years ago.

This delay in the onset of the rainy s