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26 Jul 2019 | The Stellenbosch launch of Poverty & Inequality: Diagnosis, Prognosis, Responses

Responding to poverty and inequality in South Africa requires more than focussing on the structural aspects of the economy. The humiliation that gener...

24 Jul 2019 | Launch of 'The Cape Radicals': Remembering South Africa's early thinkers who saw through racial ideology

Deep in the heart of late 1930’s Cape Town, a theory of anti-racialism began to emerge from a group of young thinkers who called themselves the ...

24 Jul 2019 | EDP Presents at Exploratory Workshop to Assist the Northern Cape Innovation Forum (NCIF)

Dr. Sikhulumile Sinyolo,  Dr. Peter Jacobs and Dr. Irma Booyens from EPD presented on the Tools for Local Innovation Advancement (T4LIA), develo...

22 Jul 2019 | HSRC signs MoU with National Foundations Dialogue Initiative

To formalise and strengthen collaboration opportunities in areas of research development and public dialogue, the Human Sciences Research Council (HSR...

19 Jul 2019 | Celebrating Madiba: a bright light reflected and refracted in a thousand tiny ways on Mandela day

On what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 101 birthday, South Africans around the country engaged in acts of giving: from redistributing food to ...

28 Jun 2019 | HSRC Board member Prof Zungu receives 2019 NSTF award

HSRC Board member Prof Lindiwe Zungu is among the winners of the 2018/2019 NSTF-South 32 Awards. Prof Zungu who is also the Executive Dean: Graduate S...

26 Jun 2019 | Hostile environments faced by refugees: climate change, migrant myths and policy in South Africa

The number of displaced people worldwide is at a record high of over 70 million people, according to the most recent UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) data. O...

25 Jun 2019 | Dissatisfaction with government's anti-corruption efforts linked to voter abstention in 2019 elections

South Africans have increasingly viewed corruption as one of the major issues facing the country. Data from the Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) presen...

21 Jun 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...

30 May 2019 | Prof Leslie Bank gives keynote address at Inclusive Cities forum

Professor Leslie J. Bank gave a keynote address, entitled “Access to the City in a Suburban Nation”, on the 23 June 2019, as part of a lec...