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May 19th, 2009
SA, Cuba agree on technology
South Africa and Cuba have agreed to work together in the field of technology, the department of science and technology said on Tuesday.
Spokesperson Lunga Ngqengelele said the focus would be on biotechnology, climate change, renewable energy technologies and nanotechnology.
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