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National Science Week 2014 - Daily Programme

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TRAC South Africa is a national, non-profit programme, the objective of which is to support science and technology education in South African secondary schools.  The TRAC programme was first introduced into South Africa from the USA in 1994.  TRAC SA is autonomous, and has its head office in the Department of Civil Engineering at Stellenbosch University.

TRAC – Reaching tomorrow’s engineers. The mission of TRAC is to enable and encourage South African school leavers to enter careers in science, engineering and technology. TRAC’s approach is to make computer based technology and thoroughly researched, curriculum relevant content available to learners and educators throughout South Africa, at little or no cost to the end users, by means of funding from our industrial partners.


On the Subject of Me

Phumezo Kwinana is a graduate from the Universities of Fort Hare and Stellenbosch where he obtained MSc in Physics and MSc eng. (electrical). In 1994, he joined the University of Fort Hare as a Junior Lecturer and later a Lecturer from 1998 to date, in 2004, he founded a Discovery Centre called FOSST.