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Huawei and the DTPS take students to China

Huawei and the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services are sending a second batch of 10 South African students on a two-week study and...
Amplats eyes fuel cell 'home generator'

South Africa launches fuel cell study

A fuel cell feasibility study will accelerate mineral beneficiation and localisation of fuel cell manufacturing. It will also help to increase the demand for platinum during a downturn in the market. The government has pumped R15m into the study, which is expected to be completed within a year.
South African scholars to study in China

South African scholars to study in China

Out of a 180 applications to study in China, 53 successful applicants are about to depart to the east to start their tertiary education. Along with the excitement for the opportunity, comes a sense of responsibility to be gracious guests and excellent representatives of South Africa overseas.

DNA detective work could end poaching

The work by a team of scientists could mark the beginning of the end of elephant poaching. Using DNA from dung and seized ivory, they were able to locate and isolate poaching hotspots in Africa to two main regions.

A boost for engineering skills

Nearly half-a-million rand has been awarded in bursaries to 15 engineering students by telecommunications company Huawei. It’s part of a plan to deepen the pool of potential workers in the sector.
Education in South Africa

Boost for knowledge economy

South African universities have teamed up with their Dutch counterparts to develop a course aimed at improving PhD supervision. Better and more doctoral supervisors, it is believed, will increase the number of PhD students.
Cross-continental collaboration

Back-to-school tips for parents

Going back to school can be tough, as it means getting into new routines, and the transition from holiday mode to going back to school can be difficult for both children and parents. Help2read provides some back-to-school tips to make the change easier.

SA scientists win AU awards

Call for learners to study maths, science

Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has encouraged those learners who won the Square Kilometre Array (SKA)-MeerKat Schools Competition to study maths and science, saying South Africa needs more people with these skills.

Free tertiary study on the cards

The South African government will take steps towards providing free tertiary education to financially strapped students, the ruling African National Congress announced in its annual statement on 8 January 2011.

Free tertiary study on the cards

The South African government will take steps towards providing free tertiary education to financially strapped students, the ruling African National Congress announced in its annual statement on 8 January 2011.
Budget big on education, jobs

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