Comments on: Draft amendments to regulations to the Consumer Protection Act related to labelling of GMOs 8 November 2012.
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28 May 2011
This is our third appeal to the Minister of Agriculture to comply with obligations under the Cartagena Protocol.
Genetically Modified crop plants continue to be offered to Africa as a solution to alleviate poverty and stave off hunger. It is a trite observation that hunger has little to do with how efficiently food is produced or how much food is available for consumption.
Concerns with South Africa?s Biotechnology Strategy Detailed comments on draft operational text Preferred Options.
The ACB has been motivated to write this paper by the coming into effect on the 17th April 2007, of the Genetically Modified Organisms Amendment Act (No. 23 of 2006).
Comments On Nigerian Biosafety Act 2006
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The Mauritian Paradox
Selva Appasawmy, April 2004
Ghana - GMO Legislation
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October 17th 2006
Submission_ERA_17_Nov_06.pdf Submission to the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism on the 'Environmental Risk Assessment Framework for Genetically Modified Organisms'