SADC would benefit from sustainable development of leather industry
27 March 2019
South Africa like other SADC countries has an abundance of livestock. Collectively, the SADC region’s livestock population is estimated at 64 million cattle, 39 million sheep and 38 million goats. Of these figures, South Africa alone contribut...
Dr Devina Lobine
SANBio Youth Ambassador selected to attend Africa Science Leadership Programme - (ASLP)
26 March 2019
The Southern Africa Network for Biosciences (SANBio) Mauritius Youth Ambassador, Dr Devina Lobine has been selected as one of the 20 scienti...
Breakaway session discussions
Indigenous natural resources hold great potential for health and nutrition in SADC region
26 March 2019
The role of African food plants and animals in health promotion and disease prevention, in attaining Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2 (Zero Hunger) and 3 (Ensure healthy live...
Head Judge Professor Sir Saeed Zahedi with South African winner of the Royal Academy of Engineering Leadership in Innovation Fellowship training programme business pitching competition, Ms Keneiloe Kganane Photo credit: Layton Thompson
SANBio/BioFISA II funded SMA2RT Project receives Leaders in Innovation Fellowship (LIF) award
25 March 2019
Keneiloe Kganane, the young entrepreneur behind...
Pitch@Palace Africa 3.0
FemBioBiz Season 2 Winner also scoops Pitch@Palace Africa 3.0 Prize
12 March 2019
Muzalema Mwanza, FemBioBiz Acceleration Programm...
sarima training
Commercialisation of Bioscience Innovations course – a SADC first
18 February 2019
The Southern Africa Network for Biosciences (SANBio) through its BioFISA II programme is committed to improve the state of biosciences by supporting...