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Can 4IR and Decolonisation ideologies co-exist and be of mutual benefit in higher education?

NQOBILE TEMBE| THE emergence of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) could potentially submerge the bellowing of decolonisation in higher education by previously marginalised groups,...

Science and Technology| South Africa looks to Silicon Valley for innovation inspiration

FRESH on the heels of touting innovation as a key enabler of SA’s economic prospects, minister Dr Blade Nzimande is on an official week-long visit to...

DUT green engineering researcher, Emmanuel Kweinor Tetteh, secures four nominations to make it to the science Oscars of South Africa Awards

CHEMICAL Engineering Doctorate, Emmanuel Kweinor Tetteh has made the institution extremely proud, securing four (4) nominations in the the 2021/2022 National Science and Technology Forum...

These are the highest- and lowest-paying STEM jobs in the U.S.

CAREERS in the STEM fields — jobs that emphasize science, technology, engineering or math — have been some of the fastest growing and best...

Science Corner| First private astronauts arrive at International Space Station

THE first all-private astronaut team to fly to the International Space Station (ISS)reached the floating research site on Saturday, the US space agency NASA confirmed. The...

Science Corner| Basic education introduces robotics and coding in SA schools

THE Department of Basic Education has announced that it plans to introduce new school subjects to the curriculum. According to the department a full-scale implementation of...

UCT chemical engineering graduand Sarah Nzeka exemplifies the spirit of not giving up

 STEPHEN LANGTRY UNIVERSITY of Cape Town (UCT) student Sarah Nzeka will graduate with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Chemical Engineering on 29 March 2022...

SCIENCE CORNER | Coding initiative to train 10K learners without computers

CODING skills development initiative Coding 4 Youth has set a target to train 10 000 young people in coding, in February and March, through...

5 in-demand tech jobs in South Africa – including one with an average salary of R868,000

WITH close to 900,000 matric students having completed their final exams, it is vital for them to start planning for their future. As with...

UCT Researchers Honoured in L’Oréal-UNESCO Programmes for Scientific Excellence

THREE PhD candidates from the University of Cape Town (UCT) have been recognised by the L’Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science programme for their excellent...
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