NAACAM, supported by MerSETA, is offering bursaries to 15 University of Technology Students. All qualifying applicants must be 2nd or 3rd year students at a University of Technology, studying Mechanical, Electrical or Electronics Engineering.

A state-of-the-art school has recently opened in La Mercy in Durban, with the aim to equip pupils with skills for the fourth industrial revolution.

More students have been called to pursue careers in the field of Space Science and Technology, to help South Africa and the continent meet their sustainable development goals.

The Bioprocessing Platform is a non-financial instrument of TIA and offers technical and infrastructural support to innovators and entrepreneurs to enable technology development.

The Platform provides holistic support to the Bio-economy by offering a unique combination of technological capabilities encompassing diagnostics, analytical services and bioprocessing within a single facility

The South African Association for Food Science and Technology (SAAFoST) Foundation is offering bursaries to learners interested in a career in the field of Food Science and Technology.

In today’s word, technology has become an important part of our lives, especially to the millennials. Through the constant change of technology, one of the most powerful impacts it has is that students have the power to customise their learning experience and have a sense of control over their learning and their future.

CIPC (a member of the dti) is committed to youth skills development by providing graduates with opportunities to gain work experience to complement their studies. 

GirlCode, a social enterprise that aims to empower young girls and women through technology announces the dates for their sixth and last annual GirlCode Hackathon on the 3rd & 4th August 2019 in Cape Town and Pretoria.

Researchers at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) have urged young people to use their technological knowledge and skills as an advantage to thrive in the digital revolution.

Generous individuals who donated their SAA Voyager points ensured numerous young girls from sub-Saharan Africa experienced a remarkable Career Expo at SAA Airways Park as well as the inaugural Taungana STEM Expo taking place in Johannesburg