An urgent appeal has been made to the African Union (AU) to discuss a ban on the cultivation, import and export of genetically modified (GM) crops in Africa at the next AU summit, to be held in January 2013.
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The Revised African Model Law on Biosafety and the African Biosafety Strategy". 15 July 2009.
The Mauritian Paradox
Selva Appasawmy, April 2004
Ghana - GMO Legislation
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At the negotiations for the Biosafety Protocol in Cartagena, the South Africa government surprised critics by displaying a maturity and understanding of the issues and concerns facing developing countries on the question of genetically engineered organisms; This in spite of attempts by the 'Miami group', a negot
SUBMISSION OF OBJECTIONS BY THE AFRICAN CENTRE FOR BIOSAFETY (ACB)
Comment on Zimbabwe's National Biotechnology Authority Bill, 2005