Tag Archives: africa

Rising to the occasion

Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town saw a surgeon team carry out the world’s first successful penile transplantation back in December last    ... more

Discussions of the future

The Chinese government has announced that President Xi Jinping is scheduled to make his first state visit to the United States    ... more

Research and future innovation

A new fund launched by the UK government aims to resolve the need for aid in 15 countries by fostering ties    ... more

Genetic insight from Africa

All the information necessary to describe a living organism is contained within its genome, typically the DNA. Given the wide spectrum    ... more

Authentic relaxation in safari nation

Sub-Saharan Africa has become the world’s fastest growing region for wellness tourism in 2014, a new report by SRI’s International Global    ... more

Morocco magic

By Poppy Chesterman, aged 10 years old This half term I went to Morocco with my family. Before I went I    ... more

From desert plains to world records

Two hours, two minutes and fifty-seven seconds was all it took for Dennis Kimetto to smash the marathon world record in    ... more

Beauty in equality, on the salt flat plains

Landlocked between seven neighbouring countries, Niger hosts the sweltering, desert plains and stark landscapes expected of a West African country. Named    ... more

Power to the people

The individual is just as important as the collective when it comes to preserving our current climate and environment. A recent    ... more

Aid for the future

Throughout the centuries, several physical conditions have arisen and may have been subsequently conquered by scientists and healthcare professionals due to    ... more

Beyond dreadlocks and reggae

Located along South Africa’s famous Garden Route, Knysna is a coastal town surrounded by lush and ancient forests. The town is    ... more

Carpe Diem in the land of antiquity

Africa is an ancient landmass on many fronts; in a geological sense the most aged rocks are dated to 4 billion    ... more

Discovering a diamond

The Middle East lies at one of the planets junctures, those crossing in a Westerly fashion through the Egyptian Sinai aims    ... more

Climate proof crops

Climatic conditions vary across the globe from year to year. Some areas, like parts of Asia and Africa, are affected more    ... more

Ancient spear pre-dates humankind

From research, Homo sapiens have been present on earth for approximately 195,000 years. The dawn of man may conjure images of    ... more

Young Elephant with Mother

Mia in Tanzania!

One night, over dinner I was pushing my food around on my plate because I was apathetic with regards to wanting    ... more