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23 Oct 2020 | 4 in 10 South Africans believe COVID-19 threat exaggerated - survey

The University of Johannesburg and the Human Sciences Research Council have released findings of its COVID-19 democracy survey. A recent survey has sh...

23 Oct 2020 | Pandemic fatigue and complacency during lower lockdown levels increase likelihood of second wave

By Ben Roberts, Narnia Bohler-Muller, Ngqapheli Mchunu and Martin Bekker Relaxed attitudes about Covid-19 distancing, mask wearing and other preventa...

22 Oct 2020 | Continental dialogue on 20 years of African women's participation in peace and security

According to the Human Sciences Research Council’s Prof Cheryl Hendricks, African women have played a formative role in shaping the agenda, rais...

22 Oct 2020 | Survey shows growing pandemic fatigue, complacency and unnecessary risk of exposure to Covid-19 during lower lockdown levels

Survey shows growing pandemic fatigue, complacency and unnecessary risk of exposure to Covid-19 during lower lockdown levels  ...

22 Oct 2020 | Transforming Africa's knowledge production using intersectionality theory

An intersectional framework in research and grant-making can help to address persisting gender inequality and interconnected oppressions....

21 Oct 2020 | COVID-19 widens urban-rural gap - HSRC report

The unemployment crisis in rural areas is worsening.A Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) report suggests COVID-19 has widened the gap between citi...

21 Oct 2020 | SANSA Signs MoU With Human Sciences Research Council

The South African Space Agency (SANSA) has signed an MoU with the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), South Africa.Valanathan Munsami, the SANSA C...

21 Oct 2020 | Surveys show one in three adults in South Africa does not wear a mask when leaving home

By Stephen Rule, Kelebohile Afrika, Ngqapheli Mchunu and Samela MtyingizaneThe University of Johannesburg and Human Sciences Research Council Covid-19...

21 Oct 2020 | The Trojan Horse Massacre: 'We had stones; they had bullets'

At the time of the triple murder, Gunn was a Section 29 detainee. Upon her release, the MK veteran was updated by her comrades and neighbours in Belgr...

20 Oct 2020 | Markers and makers of masculinity: A conversation with Sinakekelwe Khumalo

AT: There’s a thread running through your research papers of gender-based violence, ideas of what it means to be a man, and risky sexual behavio...