Posts tagged as competition

Competition seeks satellite solutions for sustainability goals

In 2018 Planet participated in the Copernicus Masters competition as the host of the Planet Daily Change Challenge for start-ups and others to leverage earth observation data. The company will again this year be participating in the competition and announced it ”See Change, Change the World” challenge. It will focus on the UN’s Sustainable Development […]

“Atoms Empowering Africa”: Youth video competition deadline extended

Rosatom has officially extended the deadline for submission of the Youth Video Competition, devoted to the potential of nuclear power to help bolster Africa’s economic and social development, until 10 September 2018. Young people between the ages of 18 to 30, alone or in a group of up to three, are encouraged to film a 60- […]

OUTA files complaint against Eskom with Competition Commission

  On 17 February 2016, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) lodged a formal complaint, evidence and detailed submission to the Competition Commission, alleging anti-competitive behaviour and abuse of dominant market position by Eskom, the national electricity utility of South Africa. OUTA is a civil action organisation in South Africa that investigates, exposes, litigates and […]

Launch of local robotics competition

Join high school, college and university students from across South Africa, and from across Africa and around the world at the public launch of the world’s most affordable and innovative robotics competition on Saturday 3 October  2015 at Zwartkops Raceway, Quagga Road, Centurion, Gauteng from 10h00 to 16h00. The first AfrikaBot competition, that will be […]

Invitation to enter international energy competition

  The Energy Institute (EI)’s annual awards competition is now open and the EI is calling for entries from all sectors of the global energy industry. These awards, run by the EI for over 15 years, celebrate the best of the energy sector, highlighting the invaluable contribution that the industry makes to society. Ian Marchant, […]

Winner of the “Vector Best Technical Article 2014” competition

  Congratulations to Connie Jonker whose article, “SANS 10114-1 compliance a prerequisite” was selected as 2014’s best locally written technical article published in the April 2014 issue of Vector. Connie received a multifunction printer sponsored by Canon as the prize for his winning article. Team Vector now invites you to get writing and to submit technical articles for […]

Stemming de-industrialisation to grow manufacturing output

  South African manufacturers urgently need government to pursue solutions to enable the country to fulfill its manufacturing potential, Manufacturing Circle executive director Coenraad Bezuidenhout said at the Siemens Future of Manufacturing event.     Manufacturing has lost more than 300 000 jobs since the global financial crisis because these goals have not been pursued […]