The theme of this year’s South African Women in Science Awards (SAWiSA) is “Making the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) work for women”. We are indeed still commemorating the Women’s Month, and our focus as a nation should be on the development of women. This ceremony is one of the initiatives recognizing the role of women in the lives of South African.
Here leading South African scientists and researchers will be honoured. for their participation in research. Women scientists and researchers will be recognized and honoured for their role and achievements, thus profiling them as role models for young women.
Monday, the 12th August, marked the annual International Youth Day commemorations around the globe. This year’s theme is “Transforming Education”, aimed at making education more relevant, equitable and inclusive for all young people. This United Nations driven programme encourages youth around the world to organize activities to raise awareness about the situation of youth in their country.
Youth are encouraged to send in a description of their planned activities to email@example.com. The most creative activities are featured on the Programme’s website to provide a sense of how International Youth Day is being commemorated around the world and to encourage other youth to take action.
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