South African Minister Discloses Portion Of National Budget Allocated To Science And Space

South Africa Unveils Budget for Space and Science
SANSA team meets Minister Blade Nzimande during at the exhibition at #DSTBV2019. Photo Credit: @SANSA7 via Twitter

South Africa, one of the foremost nations pushing boundaries in the African space industry, has been presented with a chance to further support the space cause, as the country recently disclosed the portion of its national budget that has been reserved to cater to science and technology. South Africa’s Minister of Higher Education, Science and…

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