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15 May 2015 | Recent HSRC Press titles include seminal works

Recent publications from HSRC Press up to March 2015 include the very seminal Congress Movement (in three volumes), Ethical Quandaries in Research, Ro...

15 May 2015 | Recent HSRC Press titles include seminal works

Recent publications from HSRC Press up to March 2015 include the very seminal Congress Movement (in three volumes), Ethical Quandaries in Research, Ro...

4 May 2015 | Closing remarks, Gender Summit Africa

Globalisation of science, of business, of environmental, economic, health, food, and transportation challenges creates an opportunity to address natio...

20 Apr 2015 | Gender Summit 5 Africa 2015 media briefing

The CEO of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), Prof Olive Shisana together with the Minister in the Presidency responsible Women, Ms Susan Sha...

20 Apr 2015 | Gender Summit 5 Africa 2015 media briefing

The CEO of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), Prof Olive Shisana together with the Minister in the Presidency responsible Women, Ms Susan Sha...

31 Mar 2015 | Creating a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning in SA

Close to three years on since the start of the LMIP, we gather at this briefing meeting to share some of our findings to you, Honourable Minister, the...

31 Mar 2015 | Creating a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning in SA

Close to three years on since the start of the LMIP, we gather at this briefing meeting to share some of our findings to you, Honourable Minister, the...

10 Mar 2015 | HSRC and UCT together with key youth stakeholders make inputs into draft policy

The Human Sciences Research Council in partnership with the Children’s Institute, the Southern African Labour and Development Research Unit and ...

5 Feb 2015 | Assata: The FBI's most wanted woman (new book)

In 2013, Assata Shakur – founding member of the Black Liberation Army, former Black Panther and godmother of Tupac Shakur – became the fir...

11 Dec 2014 | Top journalist tackles the skeletons in SA's cupboard

"   “I’d rather have a country established on a national truth than on a national myth.” Famed veteran journalist ­turn...