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Launch of HSRC's 50/90 Commemoration and latest release of the book State of the Nation: Poverty and Inequality – Diagnosis, Prognosis and Responses

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Science and Technology Minister Kubayi Ngubane will deliver the keynote address at the joint launch of the HSRC's 50/90 Commemoration and latest release of the book State of the Nation: Poverty and Inequality.

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Prof Narnia Bohler-Muller discusses election satisfaction survey

Social cohesion: The missing link in overcoming violence and inequality?

The aim of this study is to understand the importance of strong social cohesion in the cities of Cape Town and Rio de Janeiro, which suffer from high levels of inequality, poverty, and violence. More info.

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21 June 2019 | Professor Leslie Bank involved in launching new African ethnographies at European African Studies Conference in Edinburgh

Professor Leslie Bank, a general editor for southern Africa in the International African Library series published by Cambridge University Press, parti....

20 June 2019 | Professor Leslie Bank involved in launching new African ethnographies at European African Studies Conference in Edinburgh

Professor Leslie Bank, a general editor for southern Africa in the International African Library series published by Cambridge University Press, parti....

10 June 2019 | Congratulations to Prof Tamsen Rochat DST-NRF CoE in Human Development managment committee

The Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the National Research Foundation (NRF) awarded a Centre of Excellence in Human Development to the U....