Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane
12 Feb

Parliament hosts Industry 4.0 exhibition

The National Assembly participates in its first exhibition showcasing the country's readiness for rapid advances in ICT.


More calls for female participation in STEM

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science looks to encourage the participation of women and girls in STEM-related fields.


SA's nanosatellite ready for blast-off

South Africa's second nanosatellite will be launched into space from Russia.

Dec 11, 2018

CSIR names board of directors

The board of directors will bring specific domain expertise in the areas of science and technology, effective from 1 January.

Dec 3, 2018

Boon for SA's blockchain community

Local blockchain initiatives are set to receive funding following government's support of the South African National Blockchain Alliance.


Young SA researchers head to France

Amy-Lee Visagie and Chrislin de Koker's research into astronomy tourism helps secure their participation in an international conference in France.


2018 Science Forum turns attention to Industry 4.0

The science community will gather from 12 to 14 December for the fourth edition of the Science Forum South Africa.


Science, tech minister joins global AI council

Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane will serve in a fourth industrial revolution council to guide the international community on artificial intelligence priorities.


Industry 4.0 calls for collective effort, says minister

Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane highlights the importance of public-private collaboration to ensure SA stays on course when the fourth industrial revolution wave hits.


Summit unpacks SA sci-tech white paper

The Department of Science and Technology hosted its first summit on the new draft White Paper on Science, Technology and Innovation.


SKA initiative upskills students as data scientists

The Square Kilometre Array's human capital programme facilitates the development of 127 bright minds to participate in data management projects.


SA's sci-tech white paper out for comment

The document aims to help SA benefit from global developments such as rapid tech advancements brought by the fourth industrial revolution.

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