The Science Inside

#TheScienceInside: South Africa's Health System

This week's podcast investigates South Africa's struggling health system. Is the infrastructure in Hillbrow adequate to prevent people from contracting TB? And the science inside Alexandra's rat problem ...

The Science Inside is produced by Wits Radio Academy with support from the Department of Science and Technology.


This article first appeared on 702 : #TheScienceInside: South Africa's Health System


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