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South African scientists track the sun’s storms

Space weather and solar flares have the potential to massively disrupt our planet's electronic, communication and power infrastructure. The South African National Space Agency's regional warning agency in Hermanus tracks the activity of the sun to forecast and help prevent these devastating superstorms.

South African scientists track the sun’s storms

Space weather and solar flares have the potential to massively disrupt our planet's electronic, communication and power infrastructure. The South African National Space Agency's regional warning agency in Hermanus tracks the activity of the sun to forecast and help prevent these devastating superstorms.

How does Ghana see South Africa?

Kenya thinks South African business managers are imposing and controlling; Nigerians respect their insistence on corporate governance. How other African countries perceive South Africa affects trade; building better relationships will boost business. Next stop on the South Africa Incorporated research bus is Accra.

Five points about the future of innovation in South Africa

US-based blogger Ngozi Onuoha was part of a group of seven journalists from UK, US and China taken on a tour of Johannesburg and Cape Town by Brand South Africa earlier this year. This is what she found.

Five points about the future of innovation in South Africa

US-based blogger Ngozi Onuoha was part of a group of seven journalists from UK, US and China taken on a tour of Johannesburg and Cape Town by Brand South Africa earlier this year. This is what she found.

The sky is not the limit for African astronaut Mandla Maseko

Nelson Mandela taught us not to let our circumstances stop us from achieving greatness. Mandla Maseko is doing just that. A part-time DJ from Mabopane who had to put his studies on hold because of financial constraints, is to become the first black astronaut.

The sky is not the limit for African astronaut Mandla Maseko

Nelson Mandela taught the world plenty of things; notably, don't let your circumstances stop you from achieving greatness. Mandla Maseko is doing just that. A part-time DJ from Mabopane who had to put his studies on hold because of financial constraints, he is to be the first black astronaut.

Women’s World Cup: SA selectors ‘spoilt for choice’

After some pleasing performances from his charges, Springbok Women's coach Lawrence Sephaka says it is going to be a tough task to select only 26 players for the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup, which takes place in France in August.

SA ‘in communication’ with Nigeria over abducted girls

The South African government is in constant communication with the Nigerian government as calls for the release of the girls abducted by militant Islamic group Boko-Haram continue to spread, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Thursday.

From township to space, the world’s first black African astronaut

It's a long way from Mabopane to outer space, but Mandla Maseko has strapped on his boots and is on the way there. The young DJ will be the first black African astronaut, after beating a million or so contestants to win the global Axe Apollo Space Academy competition.