Researchers in South Africa and their counterparts in Argentina are studying the links between human-induced pollution, the interaction of river streams and landscapes, and specific groups of organ
Acid mine drainage (AMD) is one of the biggest threats to water resources, human health and the environment in South Africa.
The potential to produce electricity from wind turbines in South Africa is significantly greater and more widely spread than initially thought.
The objective of this project is to investigate improved characterisation and dynamic monitoring of the acid mine drainage (AMD) footprint in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Area by using hi
The CSIR’s technology platform for adsorbent technologies focuses on the development of low-cost polymer-based adsorbents for the removal of toxic pollutants such as heavy metals, anions and organi
CSIR researchers are exploring the synthesis, modification and composting of porous carbonaceous materials for hydrogen storage applications.
Ms Khungeka Njobe is the CSIR Group Executive: Business Excellence and Integration. Prior to her current role, she was the CSIR Executive: Campus Master Plan. She is not new to the CSIR, having previously held the position of Group Executive: R&D Outcomes and Strategic Human Capital Development from 2006 to 2011.
Dr Jan van de Loosdrecht
Dr Jan van Loosdrecht joined the CSIR in October 2019 as the Executive Manager for the Future Production: Chemicals cluster. In this role, he is responsible for providing strategic direction, financial sustainability, capability development, performance, operations and governance within the cluster, in line with the trends, opportunities and needs of the chemicals and related industries, and in line with the CSIR strategy, vision and mission.
Mr Andile Mabindisa has been acting in the role of CSIR Group Executive: Human Capital, since 8 April 2019. He joined the CSIR as the Group Manager: Human Capital Business Partnering in December 2018.