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​UFS celebrates excellence through its research hubs
​UFS celebrates excellence through its research hubs
The University of the Free State (UFS) is proud of its research leaders. As of 2018 the UFS has 156 NRF-rated researchers and five Sarchi Research...
Development in law and international collaboration
Development in law and international collaboration
Professor AJ van der Walt of Stellenbosch University says one of the key objectives of the Property Law Research Chair is to help fill a void of...
How yesterday changes today's society
How yesterday changes today's society
Given the complexity of years of repression, colonialism, African traditional systems and hierarchies there is no shortage of material or areas...
Investigating the 'rebellion of the poor'
Investigating the 'rebellion of the poor'
The work being done by Professor Peter Alexander at the University of Johannesburg in the Research Chair that has been studying social change from...
Natural meds could boost economy
Natural meds could boost economy
Professor Alvaro Viljoen of the department of pharmaceutical sciences at the Tshwane University of Technology is exploring an area that has grown...
Taking ownership of indigenous languages and learning
Taking ownership of indigenous languages and learning
Professor Russell Kaschula of Rhodes University’s Chair carries the heady title of the Intellectualisation of African Languages, Multi-lingualism...
Maths skills under the spotlight
Maths skills under the spotlight
While the two Chairs are inter-related, they are focused on the opposite ends of the schooling system spectrum.
Uncovering SA's potential
Uncovering SA's potential
Professor Murray Leibbrandt of the University of Cape Town’s Research Chair, Poverty and Inequality Research, draws on survey data to estimate...
What drives economic inequality?
What drives economic inequality?
This is the focus of two Research Chairs supported by the South African Research Chairs Initiative. 
Urban planning and policies to shape our cities
Urban planning and policies to shape our cities
The Chair in Development Planning and Modelling at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), held by Professor Philip Harrison, is looking at...

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