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CSIR and AIDC partner to drive growth and innovation in the local automotive industry

THE Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC), a wholly owned subsidiary company of the Gauteng Growth...

CSIR and AFD partner to generate local knowledge and put people first in SA’s energy transition

THE Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has signed a €275 000 (approximately R5 million) grant agreement with the French public development bank,...

Prevent, reuse, recycle and recover: Investing in young human capital to improve waste management

THE annual report of the Waste Research, Development, and Innovation (RDI) Roadmap highlights the importance of evidence and skills in shaping the future of...

CSIR and SIU join forces in deployment of advanced technologies to curb corruption

THE use of advanced technology to curb fraud, corruption and cyber-related crimes received a massive boost when the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research...

Young researchers tackle energy and water crises

YOUNG researchers from the Council for Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR) have stressed the importance of intensify innovation to solve South Africa’s energy and...

Small world: SA nanotech scientist achieves big results

PROFESSOR Suprakas Sinha Ray leads one of the CSIR’s most productive research groups in the field of nanotechnology, and he is one of the...

Revealed: SA’s shocking food waste figures

SOUTH African businesses and households have been urged to slash food losses and waste to help tackle the country’s hunger problem, while also addressing...

The value of IP for industrial development

THE Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has urged innovators and industry to maximise and explore the value of intellectual property (IP) to...

Cheap internet for KZN rural communities and SMMEs

THOUSANDS of people in and around Ray Nkonyeni Municipality in the Ugu District of KwaZulu-Natal will now have access to affordable internet like their...

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KZN titanium manufacturer turns to wheeled power

GLOBAL manufacturer of titanium dioxide pigment, Tronox, with operations in northern KZN and the Western Cape, is increasingly powering its South African plants with...

Systems solutions provider opens a new KZN branch

RITTAL South Africa, a leading provider of solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control and IT infrastructure, as well as software and services,...

Weather conditions reduce season’s orange exports

A FURTHER downward adjustment was made to the latest projected export figures for Navels, while the category for Valencia oranges received its biggest projection...

Major gas Capex forecast in Africa

OVER half of future oil and gas capital expenditure in Africa will be directed toward fast-tracking the development of undeveloped gas resources in the...