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South Africa South Africa: R24m Upgrade for Old Evaton Road
The Gauteng Department for Roads and Transport will repair the D904 road, which is also known as the old Evaton road, at a cost of R24 million. “The 10-month project involves the rehabilitation of the existing roadway, cleaning and improving drainage structures, installing concrete edge beams at accesses, and improving safety features and road markings,” the department said.
South Africa South Africa: SA and Namibia to Push for Stronger Ties
President Jacob Zuma will on Friday host Namibian President Hage Geingob, who will be in the country for the 2nd Session of the South Africa-Namibia Bi-National Commission (BNC). The main objective of the BNC will be to coordinate and facilitate bilateral cooperation between the two countries, the Presidency said on Tuesday. The two delegations will assess progress in the implementation of bilateral projects and exchange views on issues of common concern.
South Africa South Africa: SA Government Partners Global Innovation Fund to back Social Innovations
South Africa’s Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the UK-based Global Innovation Fund (GIF) have signed a three-year partnership to support innovations that can deal with major health and social issues. GIF invests in innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people living on less than US$5 per day in the developing world, providing grants or risk capital investment to innovators and social entrepreneurs.
South Africa South Africa: South Africa's iKhokha Wins MasterCard Innovation Award
iKhokha, South African mobile commerce provider, has won the Innovation Award at the 2016 Mastercard Innovation Forum in Budapest, Hungary. iKhokha was recognised in the Innovation category for extending the acceptance of Masterpass, the digital payments service from Mastercard, into the face-to-face environment in South Africa for the first time. iKhokha joined seven other Mastercard partners from the Middle East and Africa regions who earned top honours in the Inclusion, Engagement and E ...
South Africa South Africa: South African Teen Wins Google Prize for Orange Peel Innovation
A 16-year-old South African schoolgirl has won the grand prize at Google's science fair for using orange peel to develop a cheap super-absorbent material to help soil retain water. Kiara Nirghin beat students from around the world for a $50,000 (£38,000) scholarship with her "fighting drought with fruit" submission.
South Africa South Africa: Salute to SA’s Teachers
President Jacob Zuma sent his good wishes to all teachers in South Africa as they celebrate World Teachers’ Day. Under the theme ‘Valuing Teachers, Improving their Status’, this year’s World Teachers’ Day also marks the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/ United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers. It is also the first World Teachers’ Day to be celebrated within the new Global Education 2030 Agenda ad ...
South Africa South Africa: SA Elected as Chair of IAEA Board of Governors
South Africa has been elected to serve as the chair of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors. South Africa, led by Ambassador Tebogo Seokolo, will chair for the body until October 2017. The last time South Africa chaired the IAEA board was in 1959. International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane on Monday said the election of South Africa as chair is an affirmation of the country’s leadership role on the world stage, “specifically on matters o ...
South Africa South Africa: Government Continues to Invest in Infrastructure
Government has made huge investments and will continue to invest in road infrastructure and public transport, which is safe, reliable, affordable, and accessible, says Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi. Speaking during the launch of Transport Month in Tshwane, on Monday, MEC Vadi said government’s investment was guided by the 25-year Integrated Transport Master Plan. “The goal of course is to incentivise commuters of every socio-economic category to travel on public transport. T ...
South Africa South Africa: International Research Conference to Deepen SA-EU Partnership
The International Conference on Research Infrastructure (ICRI) 2016 is a good platform to forge deeper partnerships between South Africa and the European Union, says Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the signature of the South Africa-European Union Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement. The conference is hosted in partnership with the European Union.
South Africa South Africa: Kay Motsepe School Cup Kicks off in Soweto
The Kay Motsepe School Cup National Championships will kick off on Tuesday at the University of Johannesburg, Soweto campus. The Schools Cup is part of the joint school sport programme that was launched in April this year by the Department of Basic Education and the Motsepe Foundation. The 2016 Edition, which will see 18 school football teams compete for the National title, with 36 netball teams battling it out for top national honours.
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