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Reimagining the Fourth Industrial Revolution for Africa

In a recent publication titled "The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Techno-Colonialism, and the Sub-Saharan African Response," author, Edmund Terem Ugar, outlines his perspective on how Sub-Saharan Africa should respond to the challenges and opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

By Edmund Terem Ugar, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Philosophy and Research Assistant Centre for African-China Studies (CACS), University of Johannesburg   about 1 month ago

Radio interference from satellites is threatening astronomy – a proposed zone for testing new technologies could head off the problem

Visible light is just one part of the electromagnetic spectrum that astronomers use to study the universe. The James Webb Space Telescope was built to see infrared light, other space telescopes capture X-ray images, and observatories like the Green Bank Telescope, the Very Large Array, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array and dozens of o...

By Christopher Gordon De Pree Deputy Electromagnetic Spectrum Manager, National Radio Astronomy Observatory & Christopher R. Anderson Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, United States Naval Academy & Mariya Zheleva Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University at Albany, State University of New York 7 months ago

The Regulator lauds Department of Basic Education for compliance with POPIA and obtaining consent from matriculants

Following last year’s uncertainty, confusion, and conflicting sentiments on the implications of POPIA on publishing Matric 2021 results on various mediums, the Regulator and the DBE have met to resolve the matter

By Information Regulator of South Africa Media 10 months ago

Gauteng Department of Education launches Dr Molefi Oliphant School of Specialisation

"Dr Molefi Oliphant Maths, Science and ICT School of Specialisation is a true example of a school of the future"

By GDE Media about 1 year ago

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