K-RITH and Africa Centre have joined to form a new interdisciplinary institute, called the Africa Health Research Institute. Click here to read more.



“Even though my legs hurt right now I would do it again – and again!” This is how K-RITH work experience intern Ntemena Kapula summed up the K-RITH organised African Leadership Academy (ALA) outing to the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands and Kamberg Game Pass Shelter over the weekend. K-RITH COO Costas Criticos led a tour which explored


The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) has awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree to K-RITH’s Board of Directors chair, Alan Aderem. The award, which was presented at the UKZN College of Health Sciences’ graduation in April, was given in recognition of Aderem’s contribution to improving the role of science in providing evidence-based solutions to medical


K-RITH Masters student and Canon Collins Scholarship recipient, Tawanda Mandizvo, attended the recent Canon Collins Scholars’ Conference where he presented on the LightForge system that K-RITH researchers have developed. The annual conference, which took place in July in Cape Town, was organised by the Canon Collins Trust as a platform for its South Africa-based scholars


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