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This initiative is aimed at empowering underprivileged young people across remote black communities. Through this initiative, tech-savvy and science inclined youth are provided with an opportunity to showcase their interest by utilising science related solutions to resolve infrastructure defaults in their communities. We will work with an ecosystem of stakeholders (government, institutions, industry bodies, researchers, scientists, key industry and community leaders) to bring improvements to some of the basic necessities in these underprivileged communities. (Temp Content)
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Dr. Musa Manzi Receiving the NRF (National Research Foundation) AWARD
Dr. Musa Manzi is a Senior Researcher and Director of the Wits Seismic Research Centre at the University of the Witwatersrand....
Leading South African geophysicist appointed professor
The first black South African to obtain a doctorate in geophysics was promoted to associate professor in the School of Geosciences at Wits University ...
Against All Odds: South Africa’s first black geophysicist
Coming from rural Kwa-Zulu Natal, Musa Manzi faced abject poverty while growing up. He had to sleep in the laboratory when he was a student at Wits Un...