HSRC In The News


28 Feb 2020 | Does nuclear have a future in South Africa?

Will South Africa ever build a new nuclear power plant (NPP)? Well, and I hope the revelation doesn’t ruin the dramatic flow of my narrative, I ...

27 Feb 2020 | Shortlist revealed for 2020 Humanities and Social Sciences Awards

The fifth annual Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) Awards ceremony will take place on March 12 at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, during which a...

27 Feb 2020 | Urgent policy reforms are needed to break the social housing backlog

Housing activist group Reclaim the City occupies a Green Point bowls club in 2019 to dPresident Cyril Ramaphosa’s hopes of delivering 37,000 new...

26 Feb 2020 | Financial literacy critical to nation-building

The importance of being financially savvy cannot be underestimated — especially against the backdrop of a declining economy. For consumers to un...

26 Feb 2020 | Minister Nzimande welcomes the National Assembly approval of the Science and Technology Laws Amendment Bill

Parliament- The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Dr Blade Nzimande welcomes the National Assembly (NA) passing of the Science and...

21 Feb 2020 | Government faces an uphill battle to regain public trust

By Yul Derek Davids, Ben Roberts, Narnia Bohler-Muller and Gary Pienaar• 21 February 2020President Cyril Ramaphosa was confronted with a country ...

18 Feb 2020 | I Care: Terms of Reference LHC

I Care, a Durban, South Africa, based NGO was formed in 2002 by the founder, the late Graham Cochrane. He saw the plight of street children and how qu...

13 Feb 2020 | Building of an Africa that is at peace with itself welcomed - HSRC

Council says marshalling of all resources will enable continent and diaspora to achieve peace, security, development The Human Sciences Research Coun...

11 Feb 2020 | Mettler discliplinary keeps Bobani vendetta alive

“Is this really still necessary?”, I asked myself on reading The Herald’s headline story last Friday about Johann Mettler.He has now...

11 Feb 2020 | The most in demand jobs in SA for 2020 - report

DURBAN  - According to the latest findings from the Adzuna index, STEM skills are still the most in-demand jobs in the South African job market. ...