Quest Volume 18 Number 3

Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) (2022-09)

Please cite as: Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) (2022) Quest: Science for South Africa, 18(3). Available at:

The value of small-scale fisheries - Traditional fishing methods of Africa - Estuarine fisheries - Invasion of the Nile tilapia - A new way to count great white sharks - The potential for using forward contracts for fish stock - Women, STEMI, and Career Scientist Barbie dolls - Edible insects? How smart! - Rooibos skincare revitalised by nano-tech - Cervical cancer is a disease of inequity - Young scientist Interview: Rubbing shoulders with Nobel laureates - The “How to get ahead during and after school” series - First image of Milky Way black hole - Sterkfontein Caves 1 million years older than thought - First images from the James Webb Space Telescope – Book review – Call for articles – Subscription.

Author and contributor ORCIDs: Simeon, Anna ORCID; Deny, Lynette ORCID; Hennecke, Frederich ORCID; Yusuf, Abdullahi ORCID; Murray, Taryn ORCID; Magoro, Mandla ORCID; Dlamini, Lucky ORCID; Inglesi-Lotz, Roula ORCID; Wright, Caradee ORCID; Gammage, Louise ORCID; Norton, Marieke ORCID; Kilian, Neels ORCID; Kubheka, Gugu ORCID
Publisher: Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf); Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf);
Sponsorship: Department of Science and Innovation; Academy of Science of South Africa
Peer review status: Non-Peer Reviewed