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South Africa deepens science partnership with Turkey


Study centre launched and memorandum of understanding signed, with more details due after February meeting

South Africa and Turkey have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at deepening their cooperation in science, technology and innovation.

South Africa’s Department of Science and Innovation said on 13 January that the agreement reflected the importance both countries attached to science, technology and innovation as a catalyst for their respective economies and a way to improve living standards.

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