Inside The South African Space Agency’s Financial Performance

South African Space Agency (SANSA)

Since its establishment in December 2010, the South African Space Agency (SANSA) has been instrumental in coordinating South Africa’s national space activities and shaping the country’s national and foreign policies in respect of space exploration. SANSA was primarily created by the South African government to “promote the use of space and strengthen cooperation in space-related…

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