Naledi Pandor
2:40

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.

2:30

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.

3:40

Science, technology and higher education merged

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

1:20

Nzimande urges more innovation investment

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

4:20

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.

3:50

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.

3:20
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.

2:10

DOC ushers in new minister

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

2:20

Minister warns about appropriating innovation

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

4:30

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.

0:30

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.

2:10
Dec 11, 2017

SA seeks to host 2021 World Science Forum

The Department of Science and Technology is fast-tracking plans to host the event.

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