Menu

Latest SARChI Related News

Prev Next

13 July, 2016

African Entrepreneurship Awards 2016 Podcast

African Entrepreneurship Awards 2016 Podcast An interview about the importance of African Entrepreneurship with Professor Mammo Muchie, Senior Research Associate. Professor Muchie holds a DPhil in Science, Technology, and Innovation for Development (STI4D) from the University of Sussex. He is currently a DST/NRF Research Professor of Innovation Studies at the Institute...

17 May, 2016

Plenary on Revisiting Putting Africa First: the Making African Innovation Systems

Presentation by Prof Mammo Muchie at the 8th Globelics Conference. "We have shifted from science to research. Science is certainity; Research is uncertainity. Science  is supposed to be cold, straight and detached; research is warm, involving and risky. Science puts an end to the vagaries of human disputes; Research fuels controversies...

30 April, 2016

Innovating Governance to Implement SDGs 2030.

Presentation By Prof Mammo Muchie. I  attended the Science Forum of South Africa (SFSA). It was organised by the Ministry (Department) of Science and Technology (DST) of South Africa and had delegates from Government, Industry, University and Civil society-about 2000! It was truly a great experience to participate,as there was truly...

30 April, 2016

Proceedings of the 12th Globelics International Conference.

Proceedings of the 12th Globelics International Conference. Introduction Globelics has the mission of promoting and ensuring sustainable development in developing economies through conducting applied researches and sharing of best practices related to innovation, which policy makers can adapt to their own context. The 12th Globelics Internatinal Conference was held in Addis Ababa,...

The Knowledge Heritage to  Change the Negative Narrative to Re-Imagine Innovative Africa

05 March, 2016

The Knowledge Heritage to Change the Negative Narrative to Re-Imagine Innovative Africa

Public Lecturer by Prof Mammo Muchie Palentologists have discovered that Africa is the origin of  humanity. Africa is also the orgin of universities. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics(STEM) have evolved  also through African history and civilisation. But a negative narrative that  denies this knowledge heritage is still dominant. It is also...

Call for Papers for a Special issue of African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development (AJSTID): SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN BRICS AND MINT COUNTRIES

08 December, 2015

Call for Papers for a Special issue of African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development (AJSTID): SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN BRICS AND MINT COUNTRIES

Despite their commonalities, the flow of technology and knowledge among the BRICS and MINT economies still fall far behind the inflows from the global North. Moreover, the origin of these groups of countries is rooted in macroeconomic analyses of national conditions. It remains to be seen, therefore, whether these countries...

The University of Mpumalanga (UMP) Research Seminar

07 December, 2015

The University of Mpumalanga (UMP) Research Seminar

The University of Mpumalanga (UMP) hosted the research seminar for emerging researchers and staff registered for postgraduate studies. The seminar focused on research in various fields, benefits thereof and the role of academics in research. The event was organised by the Director for Research Management at UMP, Prof Phindile Lukhele-Olurunju, in...

TUT-DMA Research Training and Seminar

16 October, 2015

TUT-DMA Research Training and Seminar

The TUT-DMA Research Training and Seminar Program held on Thursday, October 15, 2015 from 9am till 6pm in the Positivity Lecture Hall of the TUT Business School on Nana Sita Street, Pretoria. The program, which held under the theme “The Research Process: From Design to Effective Implementation”, was attended by...

Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Venture Creation

10 October, 2015

Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Venture Creation

By THE TUT INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS: MASTER’S CLASS 2015 Presentation on the African Entrepreneurship Award powered by the BMCE Bank of Africa, delivered by four representatives of the organisation from Morocco, USA and Cape Town was extremely intriguing, informative and inspiring. Their presence and the manner in which they presented themselves...

Research Themes

Publications

Useful Links

Contact Info

210 Steve Biko Street
Pretoria
0001

Tel: +27 12 382 2679
Fax: +27 86 665 4587
Email: info@sarchi.org

About SARChI

Supported & Hosted by