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Promotion: Olive Ridge School is Education for the Future!

Central South Africa is ideally situated for a school that competes internationally. The fourth industrial revolution will demand internationally competitive skills from our young...

Major projects to improve FS road

The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (Sanral) has undertaken various projects on the N1 in order to, among others, improve the infrastructure...

MeerKAT attracting international interest

As astronomers continue to try and understand the universe a little better, the MeerKAT radio telescope, currently being built in the Karoo, recently produced...

WATCH: CUT and Mangaung to set up a science and innovation...

The Central University of Technology (CUT) and the City of Mangaung formalised an already existing partnership by signing a memorandum of understanding on Friday....

Minister Naledi Pandor to host imbizo in Reitz to raise awareness...

Minister Naledi Pandor pic: Refilwe

“Tralies” Whizz-kids again

Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) hosted the final High School Quiz Whizz yesterday, 14 August,...

Minister upbeat during science week launch

Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor. Picture: Owen Kock

SA learners should celebrate global science experiment

The Bloodhound Supersonic Car is scheduled to arrive in South Africa next year to beging test runs ahead of the 1000 mile per hour (1600km/h) land speed record attempt at Hakskeenpan in the Northern Cape in 2016.

Maths and Science Whiz kids to receive Awards

About 43 learners who obtained 80 – 100 % pass rate in Maths and Physics from Qwa – Qwa in Thabo Mofutsanyane District will...

CUT to spend over R15-million on bursaries

More than R15-million has been set aside for bursaries for deserving students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) programmes at the Central University of Technology.

Interactive challenge inspires youngsters

Grey College Secondary School in Bloemfontein is one of two Free state schools will participate in the digital final of the HIP2B2 iTHINK Challenge on 23 August. Picture: Supplied.

Challenge gets youngsters interested in maths and science

The Bloemfontein leg of the HIP2B² iTHINK Challenge takes place at Sand du Plessis high school today. Picture: supplied.