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30th April 2020 South Africa’s education system is complex, with historical inequalities dating back to apartheid. Most of the country’s pupils come from... →
29th April 2020 The consequences of the Covid-19 lockdown are yet to be fully determined and understood. But one thing we can be fairly certain of – in South... →
28th April 2020 As the southern hemisphere moves closer to winter, virologists are concerned about the upcoming influenza season. This may result in more people... →
23rd April 2020 The search for a Covid-19 vaccine has sparked international media controversy and negative sentiment around the potential harm of people taking... →
23rd April 2020 Following the outbreak and declaration of Covid-19 as a global pandemic, there has been a flurry of scientific research and publications to address... →
21st April 2020 As the COVID-19 virus has spread across the globe, developing countries are starting to enact many of the same policies used in China, Europe and... →
21st April 2020 Since the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic late last year in Wuhan, China, the global community has witnessed unprecedented policy responses to... →
20th April 2020 What strategy should South Africa follow to contain the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus after the current 35-day lockdown? Any strategy should be... →
20th April 2020 Almost universally, one of the first measures taken to contain the spread of COVID-19 was the closure of schools, colleges and universities. This... →
16th April 2020 Many African countries have imposed lockdown measures stricter than countries in Europe and Asia in a bid to contain the spread of the new... →