CubeSpace, a satellite component manufacturer started at Stellenbosch University, has secured R47m in new funding to expand its operations beyond SA. 

The start-up, which has been in the industry for a decade, is a spin-out company of Stellenbosch University. It specialises in altitude determination and control system (ADCS) solutions for more than 150 global clients. ADCS is responsible for maintaining a satellite’s orientation and stability in space...

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