Eskom doesn’t want to buy electricity from the company that won most of a government emergency power tender because it’s concerned about the cost and length of the contract, sources said.
Promoted | The CSIR has been awarded R25.9-million by the department of science & innovation to establish South Africa’s first pilot-scale Supercritical CO2 Encapsulation Facility.
South Africa’s photonics industry is set to benefit from the state-of-the-art Photonics Prototyping Facility that was unveiled at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research on 5 March.
One of the last big hurdles in the way of the rapid commercial deployment of television white spaces Internet access technology in South Africa has fallen.
The CSIR has signed an agreement with Corporación Ruta N Medellin to unlock the potential of artificial intelligence and Internet of things technologies, and bolster research capacities in Colombia and South Africa.
Provided | South Africa’s pursuit of being a key player in the fourth Industrial Revolution received a massive boost as the CSIR and Siemens South Africa entered into a partnership to empower the country’s economy and citizens with digital skills.
Promoted | The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and the Black Umbrellas have announced a partnership to provide technical and technological support to small, black-owned businesses in South Africa.
Promoted | A South African-born surgeon living in the US – and one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the healthcare sector – is among the top speakers at the CSIR’s 7th Biennial Conference taking place on 11 and 12 November.
The CSIR thinks it can predict who will win the US election, from the moment early results are posted after the polls have closed on Tuesday’s highly anticipated vote.
Good-quality address data is essential for future pandemics and other disasters, for good governance and for socioeconomic benefits generally. But in South Africa, address data is often poor quality and incomplete.