South Africa’s MTN-Qhubeka cycling team is one of five wildcard entries for the Tour the France.
Samsung recently delivered its first solar-powered digital village, bringing affordable healthcare, education and internet access to the Malibongwe Ridge community.
Phomolong Secondary School in Tembisa, Gauteng has become the first school in South Africa to benefit from Samsung's Solar Power Generator. The school will now be able to spend more on books and supplies.
A solar powered mobile clinic has been added to Samsung's interventions in Africa. It will offer health services to the rural poor across the country, with plans for expansion to the north of the country.
An award-winning internet-access project for schools, first piloted at a Johannesburg school a year ago by electronics giant Samsung, is proving so popular that other African countries will soon benefit.
Over a hundred matriculants flocked to the Ster Kinekor at Sandton City to attend EduC8, an innovative maths and science revision programme where pre-recorded sessions are shown on the big screen.