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New video game developed in Africa

A new video game, Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan has been developed in Africa. The work of a studio in Cameroon, Kiro'o Games, it explores African tales in a phantasmal setting. The main character, King Enzo Kori-Odan, uses collective energy, channelled through ancestors, called aurion.

Moving Gauteng forward in 2015: the State of the Province Address

In his State of the Province Address delivered on Monday 23 February, Gauteng Premier David Makhura outlined his government's plans to transform, modernise and reindustrialise the most economically developed region in Africa. Read the full speech here.

Watch: Understanding the work of the G20 and B20

On 15 and 16 November South Africa will join 19 other major developed and emerging economies for the annual Group of 20, or G20, summit to discuss ways to boost global growth. The summit will include perspectives from the international business leaders who make up the Business 20, or B20.

HIV/Aids cases stabilising: survey

Wind-up heart rate monitor will help save Africa’s babies

A unique clinical innovation developed by South African non-profit PowerFree Education Technology aimed at helping to curb high rates of infant mortality across Africa is being fine tuned and commercialised through a partnership with global technology firm Royal Philips.

Breakthrough technology makes Soweto school among world’s greenest

New building technology developed out of billions of research funding from South African petrochemicals giant Sasol is making a run-down old school in Soweto one of the most environment-friendly in the world.

'Unprecedented' interest in Africa news

African trade, infrastructure key: Zuma

The economic decline of the developed North makes it crucial for African countries to increase trade among themselves and other developing countries, South African President Jacob Zuma told a high-level Nepad meeting in Addis Ababa on Saturday.

A house of peace and simplicity

In a busy Johannesburg suburb, the house where Gandhi developed the concept of satyagraha a century ago is being restored, expanded and transformed into a unique guesthouse.
India and SA: 150 years of history

CSIR helps cricketers up their game

A cricket-analysis application developed by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research will help improve the standard of the game and enhance players’ skills.
SA to host women's cricket challenge

African women forging ahead in IT

Two young students at Cape Town and Rhodes universities have each scooped a prestigious international award for innovation in information technology.
Women's Month launched in SA

CSIR coating gives 40x shelf life

A new technology developed in South Africa by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research promises to extend shelf life for plastic-packed foodstuffs and beverages by up to 40 times.


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