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Africa home to only 2.3 per cent world’s researchers

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A leading East African political scientist, Prof Mahmood Mamdani, who is the director of Makerere University’s Institute of Social Research has put universities in Sub-Saharan Africa in the dock by accusing them of not creating researchers but churning out native informers to national and international non-governmental organisations.

Africa home to only 2.3 per cent world’s researchers

By | 9 years ago

Placing African universities in global knowledge production

Placing African universities in global knowledge production

Africa, specifically sub-Saharan Africa, accounts for 13.5 per cent of the global population but less than one per cent of global research output

Duncan Omanga | 2 years ago

PURE DOMINANCE: JKUAT lead exemplary show by Kenyan universities in EA games

Kenyan universities oozed class yesterday on the last day of this year’s East Africa Inter Universities Games at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Jkuat), in Juja.

Erick Ochieng' | 4 years ago

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