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SKA project director keen to stimulate local research as global group commits

29th March 2013 Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project director Dr Bernie Fanaroff has called on IBM to relocate some of its research capacity to South Africa. Earlier this month, SKA South Africa announced that it had partnered with IBM and the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (Astron) to develop a... 

New Atlantis television manufacturing facility opens

29th March 2013 South African technology company Tellumat has officially opened its new television manufacturing facility, which will produce a range of products for global brands, Sony and Hisense, as well as local retailer, Lewis, in the Western Cape. The 15 000 m2 facility has created 115 jobs in the... 

SA aquaculture sector gets R800m boost

28th March 2013 Government has launched an R800-million aquaculture programme, offering cost-sharing grants of up to R40-million per company in a bid to stimulate investment and create more jobs in the sector. The Agriculture Development and Enhancement Programme (Adep), which was launched in Cape Town on... 

Telecoms group says its rooftop solar facility is Africa’s largest

15th March 2013 Vodacom has unveiled the largest ever array of solar panels on a single building in Africa. The solar array, on the roof of its Century City building in Cape Town, comprises 2 127 solar panels and is expected to provide up to 75% of all electricity required by the building during peak production. 

New Cape Town academy to focus on training apprentices for auto sector

15th March 2013 A new technical training academy in Cape Town holds promise for apprentices keen to break into the automotive industry. Imperial Holdings, a major player in South Africa’s automotive market, unveiled the state-of-the-art technical training academy in Bellville, Cape Town, on Tuesday. 

Science gets a boost as SKA gains traction

14th March 2013 Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project director Dr Bernie Fanaroff has called on IBM to relocate some of its research capacity to South Africa. This week, SKA South Africa announced that it had partnered with IBM and the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (Astron) to develop a high-speed... 

Tellumat opens new Atlantis TV manufacturing facility

13th March 2013 South African technology company Tellumat has officially opened its new television manufacturing facility, which will produce a range of products for global brands, Sony and Hisense, as well as local retailer, Lewis, in the Western Cape. The 15 000 m2 facility has created 115 jobs in the... 

Vodacom shows off its solar rooftop – the largest in Africa

6th March 2013 Vodacom has unveiled the largest ever array of solar panels on a single building in Africa. The solar array, on the roof of its Century City building in Cape Town, comprises 2 127 solar panels and is expected to provide up to 75% of all electricity required by the building during peak production. 

Imperial opens R4m Cape Town technical training academy

6th March 2013 A new technical training academy in Cape Town holds promise for apprentices keen to break into the automotive industry. Imperial Holdings, a major player in South Africa’s automotive market, unveiled the state-of-the-art technical training academy in Bellville, Cape Town, on Tuesday. 

Global smarter-buildings expert shares integration insights with SA

1st March 2013 There’s only one person around the world known as the Building Whisperer, but for US-based David Bartlett, his unusual title has been earned through years of developing smarter buildings that save energy, water and money. Car exhaust fumes and palls of smoke from factories are often justifiably... 

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