The Science Inside

The Science Inside: Tax (Season)

It's time to pay our taxes, and while no one looks forward to it, this week The Science Inside keeps things interesting by looking at the science behind money and your taxes.

In this podcast the team hears from someone whose job is to catch people committing tax fraud, and they find out about a tax that could save the environment. Wondering how criminals might get at your hard-earned cash? The Science Inside has all of the info:

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How did the M1 bridge collapse happen?

How did the M1 bridge collapse happen?

Following the bridge collapse on the M1 highway The Science Inside team has a look at the science inside bridges and traffic.

The Science Inside: Fees Must Fall Protests

The Science Inside: Fees Must Fall Protests

The #FeesMustFall protests shook Wits University and the country, the team looks at the tech and techniques police use to control violent crowds.

The Science Inside: Mass Trauma & Mining

The Science Inside: Mass Trauma & Mining

The tragedy at Marikana haunts many South Africans and on this episode The Science Inside looks at mass trauma and mining.

The Science Inside: Transgender Identities

The Science Inside: Transgender Identities

Following Caitlyn Jenner's introduction to the world, the world has erupted with questions around transgender identities.

The Science Inside: Beer could solve the water crisis

The Science Inside: Beer could solve the water crisis

This week's The Science Inside focuses on South Africa's water crisis and looks at the various options available to solving it.

#TheScienceInside: Jayde Panayiotou's Murder Case

#TheScienceInside: Jayde Panayiotou's Murder Case

As details around the murder of the popular PE teacher are revealed, a fascinating look behind the scenes of the investigation.

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