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    Congratulations to the winners and finalists of Junior Innovators Competition 2018

    For the seventh year, Investec and Junior Achievement South Africa host Junior Innovators Competition First prize goes to Kabelo Thato Nkonyane, from the National School of Arts in Johannesburg Gauteng, with an innovation for a Cashless Tuckshop Card. This allows learners in school to convert their money into e-tokens that can be loaded onto the […]

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    JA Alumni Graduation: SABS Design Institute and Investec Accelerator Programme

    Nine JA Alumni graduated from a pilot Accelerator Programme, through a partnership between SABS Design Institute and Investec Congratulations to the nine JA alumni who recently graduated from the pilot Accelerator Programme, made possible through a partnership between Investec and the SABS Design Institute. The nine participants attended JA programmes and then went on to […]

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    Junior Innovators Competition 2017 winners announced

    Junior Innovators Competition 2017 winners announced In the future, will your post box be transformed into a drop box for your medicines, delivered by drones? Perhaps you will have an anti-slouch screen device that will alert you when you need to change position or take a break from your computer? Will tiled floors in areas […]

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    Inaugral Junior Innovators Competition win by Sifiso Motaung

    Sifiso Motaung wins Junior Innovators Competition 2012 On Sunday, 30th September 2012, 45 learners from across South Africa made their way to Sandton, Johannesburg, to compete for the chance to become the first ever Junior Innovators winner. The learners had been selected from over 100 entries received. To enter, they were required to identify a […]

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