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New South African nanosatellite to participate in international project

By: Keith Campbell     18th November 2016 A South African nanosatellite will be launched into space from the International Space Station (ISS) during the first quarter of next year, as part of an international research project under the European Commission’s Seventh (Research) Framework Programme (better known as FP7). The project is... 

Cost effective, African-based satellite solution launched

     13th October 2016 Pan African telecommunication provider, Gondwana International Networks has launched Source, a fully managed, virtual network satellite operator service. Aimed at telecoms and internet service providers, Source will be rolled out across sub-Saharan Africa on the first Jupiter hub in Africa, which... 

African capability gets recognition in small satellite world market

     13th June 2016 A South African small satellite component manufacturer just improved its standing and export capabilities to world markets in a pact signed with a USA counterpart. Newspace Systems Pty LTD from Cape Town, South Africa signed up with Oakman Aerospace, Inc. from Colorado, USA at the 4S Symposium... 

Three key Denel Dynamics products poised to enter production phase

By: Keith Campbell     13th March 2015 No fewer that three of the development projects being carried out by local missile, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and satellite company Denel Dynamics (part of the State-owned Denel group) are coming to an end and being transformed into industrialisation and production programmes for local and... 

Luxembourg an innovative, international platform for business

By: Karel Smrcka     6th July 2012 Over the years, Luxembourg has emerged as a sound hub for finance, logistics, information and communication technology and automotive components. 

Stellenbosch joins the global space industry with nanosatellite components

By: Keith Campbell     29th June 2012 The University of Stellenbosch is to manufacture and sell key components for very small (or nano) satellites, known as CubeSats, on a commercial basis, following the conclusion of a marketing agreement with a Dutch satellite company. The deal was signed between the university’s wholly-owned... 

Stellenbosch joins the global space industry with nanosatellite components

By: Keith Campbell     19th June 2012 Stellenbosch University is to manufacture and sell key components for very small, or nano, satellites, known as CubeSats, on a commercial basis, following the conclusion of a marketing agreement with a Dutch satellite company. The deal was signed between the university’s wholly owned... 

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