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CSIR chief claims 'state capture'
CSIR chief claims 'state capture'
The chief executive of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Sibusiso Sibisi, has publicly accused the director general of the...
TV White Spaces trial launch involves W Cape schools
TV White Spaces trial launch involves W Cape schools
Television white spaces (TVWS) are vacant frequencies in the broadcast TV spectrum and have characteristics that are highly desirable for wireless...
A passion for research
A passion for research
Fulufhelo Nelwamondo is an electrical engineer by training. He holds a bachelor of science degree and a doctoral degree in electrical engineering in...
Best Employer: CSIR
Best Employer: CSIR
Number of employees 2 400.
Life in an unhealthy climate
Life in an unhealthy climate
Krish Perumal does not look forward to Durban's summers. A ­middle-aged ­supervisor in a rubber-producing company, he was struck by asthma about...
Good thinking at the CSIR
Good thinking at the CSIR
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has been listed as one of the world's top science and technology think tanks for the...
The acid mine drainage solution bandwagon
The acid mine drainage solution bandwagon
With acid mine drainage (AMD) threatening some of South Africa's major cities, waterways and industries, South African technology providers are...
Motata advocate questions forensics
Motata advocate questions forensics
Judge Nkola Motata's drunk-driving trial in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Tuesday centred on scientific formulae and mathematical...
'Humble scientist' Turton extends olive branch
'Humble scientist' Turton extends olive branch
Suspended Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) scientist Dr Anthony Turton said on Wednesday he had extended an "olive branch" to...

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