The province is unique in many ways and offer visitors and organisations a variety of options to explore.
The world’s largest and most powerful radio telescope the world has ever seen is under construction.
The City of Tshwane is committed to developing an economic future that is inclusive, diversified and competitive.
The College of Cape Town received two very prestigious and highly acclaimed awards at the 3rd Technical and Vocational Education and Training Imbizo this month.
The vehicle will be used by Nelson Mandela University’s Ford Engine Research Unit (FERU), which was established in 2012 in partnership with Ford to foster research in engine development and testing amongst its undergraduate students.
The science park will create a platform for research collaboration between universities and biotechnology companies and serve as an incubator for innovation and development.
Companies and other organisations operating in the Eastern Cape have until early December 2017 to reserve their space in the Eastern Cape’s premium business and investment guide for 2018.
The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) hosted the National Students Debate 2017 at the Premium ICC Hotel in East London on 30 August 2017.
These vehicles will be used as part of the students’ practical training and will enable students to enter the workplace with experience in the latest technology.
The Caring4Girls programme was established by the Imbumba Foundation two years ago and to date has already improved the lives of more than 10 000 girls.