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19 Nov 2020 | Stakeholders to discuss the implications for an international COVID-19 Vaccine Policy

Notes to the EditorThe HSRC was established in 1968 as South Africa’s statutory research agency and has grown to become the largest dedicated re...

19 Nov 2020 | US-Africa relations: Biden needs to focus on economic policies and diplomacy rather than China-Africa relations

By Funeka Yazini AprilWhile US president-elect Joe Biden has favoured greater US engagement with Africa to counter growing Chinese influence on the co...

18 Nov 2020 | New NRF SARCHI Chair in African Feminist Imaginations for Mandela Uni

Nelson Mandela University wishes to announce a second National Research Foundation (NRF) SARCHI Research Chair in Humanities. The Research Chair on Af...

18 Nov 2020 | African Countries Need More Air Quality Data - and Sharing it Unlocks its Benefits

The harm that air pollution is doing on the African continent seems to be growing. Estimates of premature mortality attributed to air pollution have i...

18 Nov 2020 | The Future of Work in a Post COVID-19 Africa: Engaging Knowledge Production and Knowledge Systems

Call for abstracts The Future of Work in a Post COVID-19 Africa: Engaging Knowledge Production and Knowledge Systems...

17 Nov 2020 | UJ professor ascends to a prestigious and powerful global post

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has proven it is one of the best academic institutions in the globe when one of its own, Professor Hassina Mouri B...

16 Nov 2020 | Access to water at the heart of second Constitutional Dialogue

About the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)The HSRC was established in 1968 as South Africa’s statutory research agency and has grown to be...

16 Nov 2020 | HSRC and Facebook name awardees for their request for proposals

The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) and Facebook have announced that, following their collaborative request for proposals to support interdisci...

16 Nov 2020 | CHE, SAQA, & QCTO 2019/20 Annual Reports

Prof Themba Mosia, Chairperson, Council on Higher Education (CHE), commenced by introducing the delegation and the management team. He told Members th...

16 Nov 2020 | How SA can best tackle xenophobia & prejudice against migrants

Xenophobia is a serious problem in South Africa. Cross-border migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the country face harassment and discrimination....