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NRF Science for Society lecture

The Talkshop Podcast — SAfm
Is South Africa ready for NHI and the implications it will have on the private and public health?

The NRF Science for Society Lecture

The Talkshop Podcast — SAfm
The NRF Science for Society Lecture took place at Freedom Park in Pretoria and it was co-hosted with Brand South Africa and the Human Sciences Research Council. The lecture was part of the AFRICAN UNITY for Renaissance International Conference - Guest: Kingsley Makhubela – CEO of Brand South Africa ADDRESS BY Yolanda K. Spies – She trained as diplomat at the South African foreign ministry and at Oxford University, and practiced diplomacy for 19 years, living and working on four continents before she joined academia. She’s a Senior Research Fellow of the DST-NRF SARCHI Chair in African Diplomacy and Foreign Policy at the University of Johannesburg
The Actuarial Society of South Africa is the professional organisation for actuaries and actuarial students in South Africa. The vision of the Actuarial Society is an actuarial profession of substance and stature, serving, and valued by, our communities as a primary source of authoritative advice and thought leadership in the understanding, modeling and management of financial and other measurable risk.
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Royal Society science book prize

Science Weekly Podcast — Guardian
This week's show is dedicated to a discussion of the six books shortlisted for the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books