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GMES and Africa Establish National Networks In Guinea Conakry and Burkina...

Key stakeholders in-charge of the management of wetlands in Guinea Conakry and Burkina Faso have joined forces to support the implementation of the GMES...

Experts To Discuss Satellite and IoT Solutions In Africa At The...

Following some years of being a relatively lesser player in cross-border trade flows in Africa, Germany is beginning to bolster business partnerships with...

Why Africa Should Consider Asteroid Mining

Africa is home to large mining activities. The mining industry is an integral part of the African economy, contributing via intra-state trade and exports. Ongoing...

Egyptian Space Agency Inaugurates Its Board Of Directors, Gets A New...

In what could potentially be a big move in the Egyptian space sector, the country's President, Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, has ordered the formation of the...

ECOWAS Admitted Into Group On Earth Observations

The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) has accepted a number of international organisations as new members of its international community, and a major body...

Africa’s Political Stakeholders Register Their Approval Of RIC 2019

Scientists from across Africa began a week-long meeting in Nairobi on Monday, 12 August 2019 to discuss the use of space technology to tackle...

Registration For The 8th African Space Leadership Congress (ASLC) Is Now...

The African Space Leadership Congress (ASLC) is an African high-level annual meeting which involves politicians, space leaders and advocates; space researchers, academia; youth, space...

“Will Africa Ever Land On The Moon?” – Leaders In The...

The 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s moon landing in 1969 is being marked by space enthusiasts  around the world, and in the spirit of...

Senegal Sets Two-Year Target To Launch Its First Nano-Satellite

Senegal have made plans to stamp its authority in the African space ecosystem, and key players in the country’s space industry have laid out...

High Moon: African Space Programs

“The moon or bust” is now officially bust. No private company was able to meet the Lunar X Prize challenge, and arrange for a...

The Scramble for Space

Successful imperialism has two key components: luck and money. But the more money a country has, the luckier it tends to be and the...

Directory of all space-related institutions in Africa

We are glad to announce the launch of a comprehensive visual directory of all space institutions and industry actors in the African space sector....

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