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MEDIA INVITE: SOUTH AFRICA-KENYA TRADE AND INVESTMENT BUSINESS FORUM

  The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) will host the South Africa-Kenya Trade and Investment Business...

South Africa leads the pack on the African continent ahead of WEF 4IR Affiliate...

The South African government is delighted to spearhead an affiliate centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR), under the World Economic Forum (WEF) banner....

CSIR Conference focuses on SMME programmes

Delegates heard about the growth of and challenges in the industries relating to science and innovation at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research's...

CSIR Conference focuses on SMME programmes

Delegates heard about the growth of and challenges in the industries relating to science and innovation at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research's...

South African entrepreneurs talk about making eco-friendly products

Several small business owners made a conscious decision to produce non-toxic and biodegradable products. Here's their why. Melissa Javan Her passion for the environment and making...

Infographic: Mining robot can save lives

Safety in mines is a big issue in South Africa, and robots produced by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research present the perfect solution. Its Mobile Intelligence Autonomous Systems group created and tested robots that can monitor the safety of mines after blasting.

Young South Africans: This is how we do it

Many young South Africans begin their day answering a simple question. Whether its Twitter's "What's happening?" or Facebook's "What's on your mind?", the way...

Africans doing business with Africans: conference explores continent’s trade potential

Improving trade and investment between African countries is key to enticing greater overseas investment into the continent, according to the recent Tshwane International Trade and Infrastructure Investment Conference.

Robotic gliders boost for ocean research

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and the Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observatory are using robotic gliders to track what happens in the ocean. Their work will help with research, which could contribute positively to responding to climate change and the "blue" economy.

CSIR, Nestlé develop locally sourced morogo noodles

The CSIR, the Agricultural Research Council and Nestlé, together have launched a new range of noodles made from the nutritious indigenous vegetable morogo. It is an innovative commercial product that is expected to benefit local farming, particularly small-scale farmers.