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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 | Dr Steven Gordon - Interview on Ubuntu Radio

Ubuntu Radio spoke to Dr Steven Gordon - HSRC's Developmental, Capable & Ethical State research division.To listen to the interview click on the l...

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...

20 Oct 2020 | Prof Gordon - Interview on Channel Africa

Channel Africa spoke to Dr Steven GordonHSPRC IPSOS research on anti-immigrant sentiment in South Africa To listen to the interview click on the link...

20 Oct 2020 | Prof Ivan Turok - Interview on ENCA

Prof Ivan Turok discusses a report that exposes economic inequalities in South Africa. To lsten to the interview click on the link below:...

19 Oct 2020 | #PutSouthAfricaFirst movement causing alarm with xenophobic sentiment

Cape Town - Following a tirade of xenophobic tweets under the hashtag #PutSouthAfricaFirst movement, the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) has re...

19 Oct 2020 | What is driving anti-immigrant violence in South Africa?

The Human Sciences Research Council, in partnership with IPSOS, conducted a survey looking at anti-immigrant sentiment in South Africa.  The stud...

13 Oct 2020 | Covid-19 has widened unemployment level disparities between cities, rural areas

A recent research report reveals that government’s Covid-19 response needs to be targeted more carefully to the distinctive challenges and oppor...

13 Oct 2020 | Interview with Advocate Gary Pienaar on Classic FM

Adv Gary Pienaar, senior research manager in the Developmental Capable and Ethical State research division of the HSRC Please find below the link for ...

12 Oct 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...