Special Reports

Searching for chameleons in the dark

Theoretical cosmology, merely a philosophical discussion a few hundred years ago, is now a true science.

A spoonful of technology helps the medicine go down

Getting drugs to where they are needed is what drives Wits' Professor Yahya Choonara.

Beyond the antibiotic frontier

Leon Dicks of the department of microbiology at University of Stellenbosch studies lactic acid bacteria and has discovered creative ways to use them.

Doctor helps African kids breathe easy

As a clinician scientist, Professor Heather Zar's research addresses the leading causes of childhood illness and death.

Honouring science that works

The NSTF-BHP Billiton Awards were held on June 21 2012 at Emperors Palace, Gauteng.

Migration, language & social change: Language as a means of bringing people together

<b>Professor Rajend Mesthrie</b> -- SARChI Chair in Migration, Language and Social Change Linguistics.

Post-traumatic stress disorder: Exploring and understanding the disorder in order to develop treatment

<b>Professor Soraya Seedat</b> -- SARChI Chair in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Department of Psychiatry.

The bid book for our bucks

The Bid Book used by the South African Football Association to win the rights to host the 2010 Fifa World Cup has been secreted...

A 21st-century M&G

In going forward, the M&G must look backward, writes editor Ferial Haffajee.

Earth issue

The M&G's ''green team'' has taken on environmental issues with the same vigour as the paper tackles human-rights abuses, writes Fiona Macleod.

Print is dead. The digital revolution continues

Weekly Mail staff were charting new waters when they created the first electronically produced newspaper.
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