Founder & CEO - BWIS

In partnership with University of Toulouse . Managed by Mantombi Ngoloyi. In partnership with Erasmus Mundus – AESOP

A great day t a new department being introduced to BWIS – MENTORSHIP! In partnership with National Research Foundation and National Science Week our BWIS Fellows hosted a session of mentorship to

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I Founded a Non Profit Organisation – Black Women in Science. This organisation looks to provide Black Women scientists from final year to Postdoctoral level with skills and capacity. I founded this

 

Fearless climate change researcher Ndoni Mcunu believes that black women scientists are the ones who will bring much-needed innovation to the science field.

Today marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and the 32-year-old Wits PhD student had a candid conversation with Sowetan about the future for women in science...

Link to the article: https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2021-02-11-future-of-science-is-in-the-hands-of-black-women/

 

To help save the Congo rainforest — the world’s “second lung” — Rémy Zahiga plants trees in forest areas destroyed by mining and logging firms and teaches his fellow citizens about protecting the planet  from climate change.

Link to the article: https://mg.co.za/environment/2020-11-14-a-grim-future-of-extreme-weather/