Munyaradzi Makoni

Policy changes around HIV lead to drop in breastfeeding

A new study suggests that changes in policies have led to decreased breastfeeding

Poor bill of health for Zim

Classrooms have emptied at Zimbabwe's National University of Science and Technology (Nust) medical school.

Pan-African University to launch in 2010

The Pan-African University is set to open its doors to the first 100 students next February at the University of Stellenbosch.

‘Pill-check’ SMS the cure?

An African cellphone hotline that reports when clinics are out of essential drugs could be the solution to government denialism.

ICU for Zim’s science agenda

Science takes time. But Zimbabwe's new minister of science and technology development has only been in the job for about a month.

Decoding the gifts of the ancestors

South Africa is carrying out an "impressive" amount of genetic research, concludes an analysis in Nature Reviews Genetics this month.

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