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Mar 13, 2020

Coronavirus pandemic will be defining moment for the Internet

The Internet shows its prowess, becoming of greater and pivotal assistance as COVID-19 poses an increasing threat to the world’s health and productivity.

Aug 16, 2019

Calls for caution on tense SA, Nigeria relations

Nigerian entrepreneur McEva Temofe urges caution in dealing with tensions between SA and Nigeria, following an ultimatum imposed by a Nigerian student association.

Aug 12, 2019

Nigerian students demand MTN, MultiChoice leave the country

South African businesses operating in Nigeria, including MultiChoice and MTN, have been given seven days to leave the West African nation.


Science, technology and higher education merged

President Cyril Ramaphosa unveils his team to carry the sixth administration forward, and details merger of key departments.


Nzimande urges more innovation investment

Minister Blade Nzimande encourages South African business to boost investment in innovation to ensure the country becomes more competitive.


SA universities must lead Industry 4.0 curriculum

Minister Naledi Pandor wants to see more higher learning institutions offer education courses that speak to the fourth industrial revolution.


Curriculum needs overhaul to address future skills deficit

The country's curriculum must undergo changes so learners leave school with the skills to survive rapid technological changes.

May 29, 2018

MultiChoice, university in deal to boost AI skills in SA

The partnership will see MultiChoice sponsor a research chair of machine learning at the University of Pretoria.


DOC ushers in new minister

Nomvula Mokonyane was appointed new communications minister in last night's Cabinet reshuffle.


Minister warns about appropriating innovation

Naledi Pandor challenges delegates attending the Gauteng Technology Innovation Conference to develop solutions that will not isolate vulnerable citizens.


Science Forum South Africa 2017 wraps up on a high note

The Department of Science and Technology's Science Forum South Africa 2017 ended on a high note in Pretoria on 8 December, with the announcement of new research chairs and a commitment to enhancing science and technology understanding among parliamentarians.


Igniting conversations at Science Forum SA

Over 2000 participants, 280 speakers and 70 exhibitors gathered at the CSIR International Convention Centre on 7 and 8 December for this event.

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