Mpumalanga Science and Technology Festival @ Mbombela Stadium
May 13 – May 17 all-day

A series of Science and Technology activities (exhibitions, lectures and demonstrations) from various SET institutions.

Science Beyond Borders Festival (SBBFest) May 2019 @ Thohoyandou Indoor Sport Center
May 13 – May 17 all-day

Celebrating the art of science, engineering and technology with dozen of activities and interactive exhibitions, outreach and community visits. Breaking the borders between Science & Community by rebuilding a culture of learning beyond limits.

Zulfest @ Unizulu Science Centre
May 13 – May 18 all-day

ZulFest, the Zululand Science Festival, is becoming one of Africa’s premier up-and-coming science festivals. Launched in 2015 by the University of Zululand Science Centre, ZulFest aims to present science in a fresh, vibrant and engaging way to people from all walks of life. The festival showcases the best of national and international presenters.

On 13th and 14th for Secondary schools
The 15th will be for both Primary and Secondary schools
On the 16th and 17th will be for Primary school groups
The 18th will be for the Public.

Jozini science festival @ Joyhouse private school
Jun 3 @ 10:16 am – Jun 7 @ 11:16 am


This is meant to be an opening event,for the Jozini branch where by we will be showcasing science through exhibitions, science shows,science presentations etc

Asakhe Event Career Expo @ Katlehong
Jun 18 – Jun 20 all-day

Asakhe Events career exhibition 2019

Youth Empowerment Career Expo @ Senzangakhona Hall
Jun 20 all-day

This event will assist Youth includes Grade 12 learners and Youth out of school with career exhibition that will be done by various stakeholders.











Knowledge Day @ Winnie Mandela open square between Winnie Mandela library and clinic
Jun 22 all-day

Career expo . educating the youth in our community , shaping future leaders.

Loxion science fair and expo @ University of Pretoria Mamelodi campus
Jun 28 @ 8:00 am – Jun 29 @ 4:00 pm

Brain waves development is excited to host the second annual Loxion science fair and expo. Our first event saw us host an overwhelming number of learners to a total of 3800 in Mamelodi, which was unheard of. It is for this reason that we are ready to host another one for the benefit of the learners in our community. The science fair is designed to encourage township learners to take part in the exciting world of science and technology, exposing them to experiences they are unlikely to see or witness in school.
The science fair will give learners an opportunity to present their science projects and to compete on an even platform, as it is only open to township schools, where learners have limited resources that prevent them from participating in other regional science expos. It will encourage them to show case their demonstrations without feeling intimidated or side lined by learners from well privileged schools, where they have access to all the resources needed to execute a well-structured and advanced science project.

The mission
Our mission is to promote an interest in science and develop a generation of individuals who will not only function in society, but thrive.

Just like with most fairs and expos, the aim is to encourage learners to participate in science, technology, mathematics and innovation activities. Our mission is to develop young black scientists who are able to identify a problem, analyse data, find solutions and be able to communicate their findings effectively. To engage the public in a celebration of our local science community, and the way science, technology, engineering, mathematics and Innovation (STEMI) help us to better understand our and improve our world

iThemba LABS – Eduication Week @ J Block - Auditorium
Jul 1 – Jul 4 all-day

Education week is an engagement week for research’s and staff to provide much needed information to the audiences of Science engagement. The two activities planned during education week is aimed at science and maths learners from schools in the area surrounding the facility. Firstly, a woman empowerment event in the form of a “Take a girl child to work day” where we invite ~25 girls’ learners to attend a day workshop where invited speakers highlight the challenges and triumphs of thier experiences in science. Secondly, The facility hosts ~15 Gr11 science and maths learners for a 3-day job shadow programme at the facility. Providing them an overview of high energy physics research being performed and an in-depth look at the careers they have shown interest in around the areas on accelerator based sciences.

Science Road Shows and the Visitor Centre @ iThemba LABS visitors centre
Jul 9 all-day

Our team will be regularly going out to local schools to conduct science shows and some selected curriculum experiments at most three times a week starting next school term. Some invited schools will also have an opportunity to come and explore science activities and interactive exhibits in our new visitor centre space also starting in the term.
Dates: as from the 9th of July.