Space News

Disclaimer Note

African Surveyors Connect does not own content that is appearing on this page. For more in detail news and articles related to the evolvements of Space Technology in Africa we recommend visiting the official Space in Africa website

  • by Deborah Faboade
    According to the news report released by the CITIZEN, the Minister for Information, Communication and Information Technology, Mr Nape Nnauye, stated that Tanzania is taking a giant leap towards space exploration with plans to establish the country’s first-ever Space Agency in the 2024/2025 fiscal year. The government plans to continue implementing space programmes to promote […]
  • by Deborah Faboade
    According to the news report by SES, the operator’s Ethiosat platform now support content reach to 17 million TV households in Ethiopia, marking a substantial increase of seven million compared to 2022. This growth has led to a remarkable 95 per cent penetration in the market. The Ethiopian TV market, in turn, has witnessed a […]
  • by Judi Sandrock
    Introduction: Unearthing Potential—Space Technology’s Role in Transforming Africa’s Mining Industry The mining sector remains a cornerstone of economic development across Africa, endowed with vast reserves of critical minerals and metals that fuel global industries from electronics to energy. As a key driver of economic growth, the mining industry contributes significantly to national GDPs and generates […]
  • by Ayooluwa Adetola
    The Kenya Space Agency board and management launched the KSA Strategic Plan 2023-2027 on Monday, 13th May 2024. According to a news report by the Kenya Space Agency, the CS Defence H.E. Hon. Aden Duale officiated the launch event, accompanied by the CDF General Charles Kahariri and senior officers in the Ministry of Defence and […]
  • by Deborah Faboade
    The significance of groundwater cannot be overstated, as it is a primary source for household consumption, agricultural irrigation, and replenishing water bodies. Amidst the pressing climate change issues, groundwater depletion remains a crucial worry, especially when its extraction exceeds its ability to recharge naturally. However, monitoring aquifers (where the water comes from) is vital to… […]