DZIWA Science and Technology Trust (DsaT) says Zambian scientists should compete for space and educate the masses to believe in science. Executive director Veronica Mwaba said it was saddening to note the surge of COVID-19 cases that continue to devastate humans in the world and that Zambia was no exception.
DSAT URGES GOVT. TO BUILD A SCIENCE UNIVERSITY ....and should give 100% bursaries to students to help combat diseases - Ms. Mwaba By Scope Reporter Dziwa Science and Technology (DSaT) Founder and Executive Director Ms. Veronica Mwaba has congratulated the Ministry of Science and Technology for it's dedication towards Science
OVER 100 journalists countrywide have been trained in effective coverage of COVID-19.Dziwa Science and Technology Trust (DSaT) executive director Veronica Mwaba says the organisation and its partners are encouraging science and specialist reporting to help turn around the coronavirus situation.In a statement, Ms Mwaba said unverified information on the pandemic
DZIWA Science & Technology DSaT executive director Veronica Mwaba says experts should be supported to develop improved crop varieties and modern technologies to enhance food security. Mumba said media reports suggesting that Zambia Agriculture Research Institute (ZARI) is appealing for more funding from government to develop climate resilient crops should
Dziwa Science and Technology D-SaT says Zambia should engage local scientists to take a lead in research findings that are not yet known and also have an effective collaboration to find solutions towards poverty alleviation among vulnerable populations if the country is to become a middle income country by 2030.
THE media should help simplify complex scientific terminologies and inform the public in a language they can understand to show the benefits of science and engineering, says Higher Education Minister Nkandu Luo. Professor Luo said there was need for an aggressive media campaign aimed at introducing interactive programmes to educate