Zululand Science Festival

 

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.

ASSA Jhb monthly Star Party and Picnic

NRF/ SAASTA Jhb Observatory hosts the ASSA Jhb monthly Star Party and Picnic at the Jhb Observatory.Beautiful 360 degree view of Joburg Sunset followed by observations through the Popodopolis and Jacobs Telescopes and other Handmade Amateur Astronomer’s Telescopes.

Career Expo

It is SANBI’s mandate that seeks to reveal, explore, celebrate, and champion biodiversity for the enjoyment and benefit of all South Africans, which includes the management of the national botanical gardens as they are the windows to biodiversity. In recognition of peoples’ reliance on the natural environment. We educate and promote involvement of communities in understanding biodiversity conservation.

 

Invitation can be downloaded here .

Career Expo

It is SANBI’s mandate that seeks to reveal, explore, celebrate, and champion biodiversity for the enjoyment and benefit of all South Africans, which includes the management of the national botanical gardens as they are the windows to biodiversity. In recognition of peoples’ reliance on the natural environment. We educate and promote involvement of communities in understanding biodiversity conservation.

 

Invitation can be downloaded here .

Careers in Science and Learning Expo

Mphoto Community Development Centre NPO will be facilitating a co-curriculum and extracurricular activities in support of the North West department of Education and Sports Development campaign “NGWANA SEJO WA TLHAKANELWA” targeting learners.

The event is targeting the grade 9 learners and is hereby rescheduled as follows:
11 – 12 May 2020 : Moretele Sub District
13 – 14 May 2020 : Madibeng Sub District
18 – 19 May 2020 : Rustenburg Municipality
20 – 21 May 2020 : Moses Kotane Sub District

Career Expo confirmation form can be downloaded here

TESS Mpumalanga Science Festival EXPO

The event is aimed for showcasing, encouraging innovation and creativity via career expo for learners and encouraging them to consider choosing Mathematics, Science and Technology. There will be Science shows, exhibitions form different stakeholders and speakers.

èDumbe Science Festival

Heading for its 3rd edition in 2020, èDumbe Science Festival (Formerly known as Maths & Science: Breaking the boundaries Expo) was established in 2016 with the purpose to celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation (STEMI) in a fun and festive mood to create excitement, to make Science accessible as a recreational activity to the previously disadvantaged communities, and to stimulate interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation industry as well as in Accounting, Economics, Tourism and History related career fields.

The 3rd èDumbe Science Festival will provide participants with an opportunity to engage with exhibitors in interactive education and career exhibition, Science Shows, Professional Profiling (Video Shows), Career Talks and Many More.

 

Invitation can be downloaded here .

Science Beyond Borders Festival

Breaking Borders Between Science and Community by rebuilding Culture of learning STEMI beyond limits

Space Science and Technology Awareness and Outreach Campaign in the Greater Taung Local Municipality

The purpose of the Space Science and Technology (SST) awareness and outreachCampaign to be held in Taung, North West from 17 to 21 February 2020 is to expose Grade 9 – 12 learners to careers in the SST field.

The theme for the campaign in Taung is “Space Science and Technology in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (SST in the 4IR).”

Invitation can be downloaded here.

Scifest Africa 2020

The 24th National Science Festival will take place from 09-15 September 2020 in Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown) in the Eastern Cape.

The theme for this year is “Take root… nurture!”, which celebrates the International Year of Plant Health as proclaimed by the United Nations. The theme recognises that plants constitute the foundation for all life on Earth, ecosystem function, food security and boosts economic development. “Take root… nurture!” feeds into the 2030 agenda for sustainable development and recognises that plants are relevant in various disciplines.

In 2020, we encourage our contributors and visitors to recognise the importance of plant health and how this is a pipeline for technologies, innovation, economy and products in their field of research and expertise.

Scifest Africa offers a rich festival programme consisting of exhibitions, lectures, workshops and over 400 other events.