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Africa Engineering prize winner announced

The Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation has awarded a winner in the continent-wide competition to find the best new technologies that can impact on development.

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South African maths team to take on the world

Six “mathletes” from South Africa will be vying for gold at this year’s International Mathematical Olympiad, to be held in Thailand in July.

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You could be jailed for lying about your matric certificate

Faking a matric certificate can land you some serious jail time – if you are caught.

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The Playboy model at the centre of computer science

The November 1972 issue of Playboy magazine is the magazine’s best selling issue of all time. This is not because of the articles, but due to the proliferation of one iconic image from the magazine.

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South Africa’s schoolkids rank second-to-last in the world in maths and science

South African science and maths students have once again ranked among the lowest scoring pupils in the world.

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HackJozi Challenge

Hack Jozi grand prize from R5m to R1m: this is what happened

The Joburg Centre for Software Engineering has addressed concerns about the prize pool for the Hack Jozi Challenge.

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South Africa Brain

Great new South African innovations

South Africans continue to produce innovative solutions to problems in the country. Here are some of the best new innovations available today.

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South Africa Brain

South African science is making its mark

South Africa is fortunate to boast excellence in a large number of cutting-edge science and technology domains.

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Put down that phone while driving

Road accidents cost South Africa over R300 billion a year, and many of these accidents are caused by using mobile phones while driving.

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Star Wars Hologram

3D holograms no longer science fiction

Three dimensional holographic images and floating displays outside a screen have long been a favourite of science fiction movies.

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