The UP CHORALE was established in 1998 and was known as ‘Tuks Afrika Sings’ at that time, consisting of only 8 choristers. The choir was established to promote a cultural environment and celebrate the diversity of individuals on campus through song and dance, it is currently under the leadership of conductor Mbuso Ndlovu.
Who are they….?
A choir that represents South Africa’s 11 official languages
By rejuvenating the African spirit through song and dance,
We celebrate the diversity of our country.
The ultimate redefinition of African renaissance through chorale music
What type of music…?
African and Western conducted pieces.
South African indigenous programme in 11 official languages,
Ubuntu Choral Festival 2007 feat. Hip Hop Panstula
Season's greetings - 03/12/2013
Wishing you and your family love, peace, and joy this Holiday Season and in the New Year.
Ons wens u en u gesin liefde, vrede en vreugde toe gedurende die Feestyd en in die Nuwe Jaar.
Re lakaletša wena le balapa la gago lerato, khutšo le lethabo mo Sehleng se sa maikhutšo le mo Ngwageng wo moswa.
UP student takes top honours in SAIEE competition - 03/12/2013
The 2013 National Student Project Competition of the SAIEE (South African Institute of Electrical Engineers) was hosted by the University of Pretoria on 28 November. Top final-year students from South African universities and universities of technology took part in the competition.
Projects in this year’s competition covered a wide range including the designing and development of a prototype super-capacitor-powered campus bicycle, occluded body pose estimation, the development of a robotic demonstration platform for use in the research of intelligent transport systems, and the designing of a low-cost teleconferencing system based on the Raspberry Pi.
Forensic Anthropology book launched at the Faculty of Health Sciences - 27/11/2013
Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Gwen Ramokgopa, celebrated the launch of the latest edition of The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine authored by Prof Maryna Steyn, a physical anthropologist and the Director of Forensic Anthropology Research Centre, based at the University of Pretoria’s Faculty of Health Sciences. She co-authored the book with Mehmet Yasar Iscan from the University of Istanbul, Turkey.
Students contribute towards saving the rhino - 27/11/2013
Students of the Tourism Management Division hosted two Save the Rhino events. The first was an exhibition in the Merensky Library of the University of Pretoria in October where ceramic rhinos, painted by students and lecturers, were showcased. The second event was a silent auction of these rhino artworks.
ASSAf recognises outstanding meritorious service - 22/11/2013
The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) has awarded Professor Robin Crewe the prestigious Gold Medal for Outstanding Meritorious Service at the launch of the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship at the University of Pretoria. It is only the second time the award that acknowledges exceptional service to the Academy, has been bestowed since its inception in 2008.
Crewe served as President of ASSAf from 2004 to 2012. During this time, the Academy grew from a small organisation to being a well-established Academy that enables the generation of evidence-based solutions to national problems.