South African Young Academy of Science

Archive for March, 2020

  • Locked Down and Dancing – Physical Activity over the Next 21 Days

    By Prof Benita Olivier On Monday evening, 23 March, President Cyril Ramaphosa broke the shocking, nonetheless expected news: South Africa…

    by roulail
  • The irony of South African citizenship: Citizens with no rights

    In a Neoliberal world, what really constitutes a citizen? Citizenship is a hotly debated (and currently loaded) topic worldwide. Related…

    by pagieljc
  • Five ways academics can manage COVID-19 shutdowns

    by Prof Willie Chinyamurindi (Repost by The Conversation https://theconversation.com/five-ways-academics-can-manage-covid-19-shutdowns-133947) The COVID-19 pandemic has begun affecting a range of African countries where infection…

    by roulail
  • The Image of Green

    Is the most sustainable option always as it appears? I think a lot about waste. I suspect it’s because of…

    by HaysHarvest
  • Get your paper ready for publication

    by Prof Benita Olivier Are you in the process of writing your very first academic manuscript? I remember the many…

    by roulail
  • South Africa and unmet basic human rights 25 years later: Food safety and why it matters?

    What is food safety and how is it linked to food security? A quick scan of the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence…

    by michellebeeslaar
  • Female scientists are taking up space and cementing themselves

    What does a scientist nowadays look like? When the word ‘scientist’ is mentioned, what image is painted in your mind?…

    by Sinenhlanhla Sikhosana