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.
Funfilled activities that inspire and induce appreciation for Science and Technology among public and school learners. It comprises science magic shows, innovation workshops, invention shows, lectures and career presentations
Showcase of Africa’s best Science discoveries, Centres of Excellence, Fun-filled Science shows, Career presentations and Exhibitions. Meet Engineers, Space Scientists, Artificial Intelligence Leaders and South Africa’s Science Councils
Sub-Theme: Protecting and preserving indigenous knowledge.
Overall Target numbers: 62 500 people (learners, teachers, students, journalists, science interpreters, indigenous knowledge holders, decision makers, scientists/engineers, researchers, tourists and general public)
Target Areas in South Africa: Free State Province, Gauteng Province, North West Province, Mpumalanga Province and Limpopo Province
Other Target Countries: Lesotho, Zimbabwe and Botswana (Dates: 12, 22 and 24 July 2019 respectively)