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This workshop hosted by Dr Prudence Mambo and Ms Nokuthula Magida from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) was a component of the second phase of a programme of Professional Development for Female Scientists in South Africa through a partnership between Academy of Science of South Africa and the British Council. The project aims to support Female Scientists and Researchers to develop their skills in science communication and engagement.

Created by: Liyon Media, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape

Activities of the South Africa National Chapter of the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World. Jennifer Thomson, Chair, South Africa National Chapter of the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World  Jennifer Thomson (PhD Rhodes) is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Cape Town and a winner of the L’Oreal/UNESCO prize for Women in Science for Africa.

Created by: The Science Media Production Center at Cornell

This special women's month breakfast meeting was organised by the Department of Science and Technology a day after their Annual Women in Science Awards (WISA), at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton. The meeting highlighted the various successes and obstacles relating to Women's Empowerment, especially in Africa. The exceptional panellists were Professor Jane Catherine Ngila, Professor Vhonani Olive Netshandama, Dr Beverley Damonse and the Honourable Minister Naledi Pandor.

Created by: SABC Digital News

This video features young school girls who share their experiences about science lessons and their future career path. They also elaborate on what science and technology means to them. 

Created by: OWSD South Africa National Chapter