Harvesting water from the clear blue sky without having to wait for rain to fall sounds like a futuristic dream in a country where critical drought is an only too recent memory. But this is what AquaSky, the first atmospheric water generating plant in South Africa, has been doing since 2017.Read more
3D PRINTING FARMS – ROBOTICS – AUGMENTED REALITY – AI – ML
All the fields above are at the cutting edge of current technology, and are set to grow exponentially in future, says Payne.
“These are very exciting emerging opportunities, and prospective students interested in these fields should ensure they speak to a student advisor at their higher education institution of choice to enquire about how their offering matches these career paths. It is also important to ensure that the institution can show strong industry-connection and evidence of work-integrated learning that seeks to solve real-life scenarios in these fields, as theoretical foundation only will not be sufficient,” says Payne.Read more
The Essentials which will be broadcast at 19H30 on Sunday, 6th December 2020 on SABC 3.
This brand new documentary follows the lockdown experiences of ordinary South Africans. The Coronavirus pandemic has had devastating effects on humanity across the globe but it didn’t stop people to stand up and unite against an invisible enemy.
Follow filmmaker Dirk Smit’s journey as he discovers glimmers of hope, creativity and resilience in South African people.
From heart health to muscle building, eggs are a nutrient-rich food that should form part of a healthy diet for a healthy body.
With advanced medical care, we are living longer than ever before. By 2030, one in five Americans will be older than 65 years. With increasing age comes an expected increase in the number of people with cognitive troubles. Cognition refers to various functions of the brain, such as memory, thinking, learning, attention, and perception. This makes good cognitive function crucial for day-to-day life, governing our thoughts and actions.Read more
Danie Bester from Balfour in Mpumalanga is the winner of the TLU SA Young Farmer of the Year competition 2020 in collaboration with Manitou, Santam and CMH Kempster Ford Hatfield.
“We were very impressed by Danie’s use of technology and his international collaboration and research on mostly soybeans,” says Mr Henry Geldenhuys, the president of TLU SA. “He is indeed a farmer who not only adapts to the available resources but expands and improves it. That is exactly the type of innovation that we look for in our young farmers. He’s got a bright future ahead of him.”Read more
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