The National Institute for Occupational Health held a Remembrance Day Commemoration to pay tribute to all those colleagues and acknowledge those workers that have lost their lives during the course of their duty.
Mayara Fontes, PhD candidate in the School, gives an account of her educational trajectory from an unsure student, to a published research author, to a student with a clear career path and a bright future in the field of international health economics.
What is the NHI and what does it have in common with land expropriation? Both have the potential to build social solidarity across race, gender and class. Structural mechanisms of redistribution are vital to ensure we move beyond the ideals of transformation, towards a society that really does benefit everyone who lives in it.
The inherent conflict of interest of alcohol sponsorship in sport was brought in sharp focus at an INDABA co-hosted by the South African Alcohol Policy Alliance (SAAPA) and the School of Public Health and Family Medicine on 27 June 2018.