One held the highest legal qualification in his country and is today regarded as a national hero. The other is one of SA’s foremost legal minds. Both were honoured by Unisa last week.
The laboratory is located at the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa facility.
Government will not use a “big bang” approach to roll-out the National Health Insurance (NHI) but an approach that will see the insurance being implemented in three phases over 14 years.
Speaking at Unisa’s Research and Innovation awards gala dinner, Minister Naledi Pandor said the advent of freedom in 1994 acted as a womb to nurture and grow higher education.
If the average South African policeman can’t tell flour from cocaine, or headache pills from mandrax tablets, it’s no wonder drug dealers are getting away with murder.
An epidemic does not only affect the health care of a country, but has an impact on the economy, service delivery and the social dynamics of several countries.
They are not the solution to South Africa’s problem of deep and extensive poverty and high long-term unemployment, said Dr Wiseman Magasela of the national Department of Social Development.
While Latin American and European countries tend to provide social insurance to workers and former workers, the focus in South Africa is on assisting the urban and rural poor.
As SA faces regular load shedding, it is heartening to learn that the academics of BRICS countries are constantly working on innovative research to counter such criticality.
Unisa Press today officially introduces works of high merit and originality that move beyond the scope of traditional academic publishing.