The University of Cape Town (UCT) Mathematics Competition is an annual mathematics competition for schools in the Western Cape. The competition, which began in 1977, sees high school learners write multiple-choice maths papers as individuals or in pairs with the goal of attaining top honours in this prestigious contest.
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Being a business woman, Jenna da Silva Pinto saw a unique opportunity. She made a connection which now seems so obvious. But this would not be a lucrative business, delivering large returns on investment. “I’ve always marveled at the therapeutic power of animals and I decided to start a project that could bring together troubled
South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and US aerospace giant Boeing have signed an agreement to collaborate on the research and development of titanium powder for industrial manufacturing processes in the aviation industry.
The University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) has received accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), making it one of the few business schools in the world to hold the prestigious title of being ‘triple-crown’ accredited.
International research and studies have shown that Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs benefit children, families and communities. Through LETCEE (The Little Elephant Training Centre for Early Education) the Sikhulakahle Abantwana Project has been implemented in Mbuba, KwaZulu-Natal with the support of the FNB Fund.
Despite the stagnating economic climate, South Africa’s hospitality sector is poised for further strong growth in the next five years fuelled by a record number of inbound travellers into the African continent, according to a report issued by professional services firm PwC today.
South African X-ray system manufacturer Lodox Systems is making its mark on the international medical scene with a low radiation dose X-ray system that takes a full-body scan in just 13 seconds. It’s even got the attention of the makers of popular American television drama Grey’s Anatomy.
High quality education is a vital weapon which South Africa needs to assist in the fight to reduce poverty and grow its economy. Juta and Company may be the oldest publishing house of student textbooks in South Africa, founded almost 160 years ago, but their view on education is modern and progressive.
by Steuart Pennington Recently the World Competitiveness Report was published on 60 ‘leading’ countries. For the last three years, perceptions of SA have deteriorated, mostly because of bad television coverage; muddled government thinking; mistrust between the social partners and confused political leadership. But is it all doom and gloom and how are we doing on
The South African film Fanie Fourie’s Lobola has won an award at the largest film festival in the United States, the SABC reported on Tuesday.