The City of Tshwane (CoT) in collaboration with the CSIR launched the Tshwane Water Resource Management Network (WRMN) under the theme: Resilience and innovative thinking in water resource management in late 2015.
A group currently in the process of completing the Security and Defence Studies Programme offered by South African National Defence College recently visited the CSIR. The group toured various CSIR facilities and was introduced to capabilities and research areas on defence and security.
The CSIR is formulating new specifications for bitumen. Bitumen is a tar-like substance that is mixed with aggregate particles to pave roads.
Eskom and the CSIR have signed an agreement to synergise the research capabilities of the two state-owned organisations in support of Eskom’s strategic and operational needs. The agreement covers the next five years and is aimed at aligning and enhancing interaction between the organisations in support of national goals.