There is finally some good news after a long drought, since South Africa’s dam levels are now higher.
This week in our science news we find out why you shouldn’t pee in the pool and how a rose by this name might generate electricity.
We discover the journey of our drinking water with Dr Nonhlanhla Kalebaila from the Water Research Commission.
In UnScience you’ll hear that a coin toss isn’t as fair as you think.
Then Vorn Sinclair explains why the Drakensberg Pumped Storage Scheme is pumping water up and down mountains.
We end the show on a special note, with us playing along with the online fantasy science sports league March Mammal Madness 2017. You can join us in filling out your #2017MMM bracket here: goo.gl/45BYqB
The Science Inside is presented by Elna Schütz and DJ Keyez. Our production team is Matthew Law, Gabriel Chemhuru and Michael Venter, with technical production by Kutlwano Serame.
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