Come Back: How Africa Attracts its Young Scientists

In Pretoria, the 7th December 2017, during the Science Forum South Africa, there has been a session called "Come Back: How Africa Attracts Its Young Scientists".

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Mantombi Ngoloyi:
"We want to change the representation of the female scientist"

My name is Mantombi Ngoloyi. I am South African. And I am currently a PhD candidate at the University of Paul-Sabatier in Toulouse, France.

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Patience Mthunzi-Kufa:
"We need African doctors to come back to teach younger ones and produce more PhDs"

My name is Patience Mthunzi-Kufa. I come from Soweto here in South Africa, which is the South Western Township that's to the south of Pretoria. I currently reside in Pretoria, in Pretoria east, in an area called Die Wilgers. And I work for the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, long for CSIR. And my profession is, I am currently a research group leader, which means I lead a group of scientists, at PhD, masters as well as post-PhD level.

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Anton Le Roex:
"African governments need to make opportunities available"

My name is Anton Le Roex, I'm from the University of Cape Town. I'm the dean of the faculty of science.

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Tantely Razafimbelo:
"Once you are determined to come back, you must knock at every door"
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My name is Tantely Razafimbelo. I am from Antananarivo, a big city in Madagascar. I am a scientist and a university professor. Presently, I am the director of the Laboratory of Radioisotopes. It is a laboratory of the University of Antananarivo.