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Aug 11, 2020

Leverage Internet, 4IR for tomorrow’s job market, says CSIR

CSIR researchers Dr Thulani Dlamini and Dr Albert Lysko urge government to accelerate Internet adoption and the fourth industrial revolution.


CSIR, DBSA to promote tech-fuelled economic development

The organisations join forces to develop technologies and infrastructure to support socio-economic development in SA and Southern Africa.


CSIR, TIA in television white space collaboration

The partnership allows SMMEs to deploy television white space networks through the CSIR’s spectrum management platform.


CSIR, YES partner to upskill youth

The organisations join forces to equip young South Africans with the critical ICT skills needed for a digital future.

Apr 2, 2020

SA makes headway with COVID-19 track and trace system

Telkom partners with the CSIR and Institute of Communicable Diseases to develop a coronavirus track and trace system.

Mar 30, 2020

SA COVID-19 research data platform in the works

The health department and CSIR join forces to develop SA’s own data hub dedicated to monitoring the spread of coronavirus.


Government mulls tech to speed-up issuing of title deeds

Government considers partnerships with the banking sector and CSIR, amid challenges in fast-tracking title deeds.


Data science students innovate while learning

The Department of Science and Innovation-backed data science initiative sees 2020’s first cohort of 65 students complete the programme.

Dec 9, 2019

CSIR, TIA ink tech acceleration, commercialisation deal

The organisations sign a five-year partnership for the acceleration of tech development and commercialisation in SA.

Nov 8, 2019

CSIR restructuring to impact staff

The organisation hands out section 189 notices to staff members as it pursues a new strategy.

Nov 5, 2019

CSIR proposes three more wind, solar power zones

The CSIR submits a proposal to the environmental affairs minister to declare Klerksdorp, Beaufort West and eMalahleni as viable areas for solar energy facilities.

Aug 29, 2019

SA women solve challenges using world’s largest 3D printer

This week, female researchers from the CSIR showcased some of their research breakthroughs made using the world’s largest 3D printer.

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