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Jun 29, 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...
Jun 19, 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...
Jun 05, 2009
The launch of South Africa’s R26-million Sumbandila microsatellite will now likely take place in late August, most probably on or around August 20. SumbandilaSat will be launched as a secondary payload on a Russian Soyuz launch vehicle, and this latest delay is...
Dec 09, 2008
Private-fund owned satellite firm Intelsat and a South African investment consortium plan to build and launch a $250-million satellite to serve Africa and improve communications on the poorest continent. Intelsat and an investment group led by Convergence Partners...
Mar 28, 2008
JSE-listed property company ApexHi hopes to expand Johannesburg’s diamond hub, Jewel City, by a further 5 000 m2, at a cost of R60-million.
May 13, 2005
Local manufacturer and supplier of sleeved and PTFE-lined nonlubricated plug valves, AZ Valves, is now 100% owned by its former parent AZ Armaturen, Germany, effective from April 1.
Aug 25, 2004
Global satellite company Intelsat, which has provides coverage of every Olympic Games since 1968, reported that it prebooked over 35 000 hours of programming for 50 channels for this year’s Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
Oct 08, 1999
The financial difficulties facing satellite companies such as Iridium and ICO have not dampened the spirit of the group of South Africans investigating the feasibility of acquiring a satellite for the domestic or regional market.
 
 
 
 
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