Expo seeks to foster science literacy among young South Africans
August 29, 2014 Editor 0
A society that is aware of the benefits of science and technology will work to ensure it remains competitive in those areas, and petrochemicals major Sasol’s yearly Techno X expo provides a dynamic and interactive platform for learners to discover career opportunities in mathematics, science and technology to create such a society.
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