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Job losses threatens the CSIR’s reputation
Job losses threatens the CSIR’s reputation
Close to 100 jobs at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) are on the line as the continent’s leading research centre...
Your recycling isn’t being recycled
Your recycling isn’t being recycled
Sunday mornings are frantic at Pikitup depots in Johannesburg. Filled by the previous day’s chopping, mowing and decluttering, queues of bakkies...
Lifetime focus to improve service delivery
Lifetime focus to improve service delivery
Professor Kevin Wall is a professional civil engineer and a town planner. He has spent his life considering issues on multiple levels and focusing...
Minds for mining at new Mandela Mining Precinct
Minds for mining at new Mandela Mining Precinct
Providing new solutions for mining R&D and improving manufacturing capabilities within South Africa is vital to drive the sector forward. The need...
​Biorefinery facility launched to address biomass waste challenges
​Biorefinery facility launched to address biomass waste challenges
The South African government has launched a R37.5-million biorefinery facility in Durban, which is set to extract maximum value from biomass waste....
Monitoring the impact of the weather on Northern Cape tourism
Monitoring the impact of the weather on Northern Cape tourism
The Northern Cape (NC) is the largest province in South Africa, but has the lowest population. It has a colourful history and a wide variety of...
Building a new generation of local data scientists
Building a new generation of local data scientists
South Africa’s data science capacity continues to expand, with more students pursuing this discipline and using data science to help solve the...
We want to promote Africa as a science-intent continent— Naledi Pandor
We want to promote Africa as a science-intent continent— Naledi Pandor
Thousands of people are set to descend on the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in Pretoria on Thursday and Friday for the annual...
Sassa should not have disqualified Post Office - Treasury letter
Sassa should not have disqualified Post Office - Treasury letter
A letter by National Treasury to acting South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) CEO Pearl Bhengu says the agency should not have disqualified...
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...

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