SANSA Postpones Media Briefing on New Space Infrastructure Hub

The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) has postponed a media briefing earlier scheduled for September 2, 2020, to discuss the new Space Infrastructure Hub under the agency’s management.

 

The postponement is due to the unavailability of Dr Blade Nzimande, the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology. According to a tweet issued by SANSA, a new date and time will be communicated soon.

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