The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) was established in 2010. Following a period of rapid growth and transition the agency has made significant advancements towards addressing its mandate of deriving greater value from space science and technology for the benefit of South African society.

Using space to address Africa's developmental challenges at SFSA

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Science forum SA is a "public science" event open to all interested stakeholders, which provides a platform for discussion and debate on the role of science in South African and African society as well as globally.

It is through conversations about science that the richness of science and its potential benefits can impact society best, especially on the African continent.

This year at the Forum which runs from 7-8 December 2017 at CSIR ICC in Pretoria, SANSA is hosting a discussion about how investment in space science and technology are being used as effective tools to develop the African continent. If you have an interest in the advancements of space technologies and their impacts on our daily lives as a student, interested party, or policy\decision maker, this session will be of value to you. ( )

Join our experts and those from Africa as they showcase their use of space science and technology to address some of the developmental challenges on the African continent. This is done through partnerships while providing immense opportunities for greater involvement for greater benefit. You can register to attend free at  

We look forward to seeing you there.

SANSA Holiday Programme

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