Four Reasons to Believe in Augmented Reality

It was first envisioned in 1901 by Frank Baum and it is expected to become a $80 billion market by 2025. Despite being a hot topic and the most popular trending tech, some people and some industries still don’t embrace Augmented Reality (AR). These are our four reasons to convince the most sceptical ones of the growing capabilities of AR and that … Read More

Six Welding Tips Beginners Should Keep in Mind

  Welding is one of the most difficult trades and it takes time and of course welding tips to learn how to do it. Attention to detail and having a depth knowledge of all the factors that influence the quality of the final result are essential when it comes to this trade. That is why it is so important to … Read More

Two SA Schools in ‘F1 in Schools’ World Finals in Malaysia

Fourways High in Sandton and Jabulani Technical High will represent South Africa at the ‘F1 in Schools’ World Championships in Malaysia in September this year where a number of countries will compete. Both teams made it to the finals this weekend at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg in a hotly contested competition between eight schools. The Mercury F1 Team … Read More

How S.A can turn around its worrying maths and science marks (CNBC Africa)

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Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study 2015 results which compares standardised maths and science test results of South Africa’s Grade 9 pupils with pupils in thirty-six countries shows that South African maths and science learners score at the bottom of the countries tested among Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. F1 Maths and Science learning is one way to try … Read More

Sangari’s iBox Assisting Free State Schools

Sangari’s iBox Assisting Free State Schools   The Phehellang Secondary School makes use of Sangari Education’s iBox to assist the school in achieving improved grades. The iBox was one of the units successfully deployed across the Free State under the auspices of an initiative started over four years ago by the University of Free State. Deputy President Ramaphosa’s Shanduka Trust … Read More

Sangari Celebrates 21st Birthday with New Initiatives

Celebrating its 21st year in business, learning solutions provider Sangari South Africa says highlights of the year include the launch of the F1 in Schools and the Land Rover 4×4 competitions as well as launch of the Life Sciences Lab at Sci-Bono. Bez Sangari, founder and CEO of Sangari South Africa, says one of the company’s dreams is to provide … Read More

Bernie Ecclestone Presents His Trophy to F1 in Schools World Champions

  Infinite Racing, a team of students from Greece, who were crowned F1 in Schools World Champions 2016 earlier this week, were given a day to remember yesterday when Formula 1™ boss, Bernie Ecclestone, presented the F1 in Schools™ Bernie Ecclestone World Champions trophy to the team of five 16 and 17 year olds from Mandoulides Schools, Thessaloniki. Meeting Mr.Ecclestone in the … Read More

Land Rover 4X4 in Schools Technology Challenge Race Season Launched

  Sangari South Africa, the provider of STEM education solutions, has launched the South African leg of the international ‘Land Rover 4X4 in Schools Technology Challenge’ for model 4X4 vehicles where the winner will competeat the World Finals in 2017. The aim is for learners, between the ages of 11 and 19, to form teams of four to six members … Read More