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UP Chorale


THE UP CHORALE
  

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,

  • Poetry

  • Gumboot Dance 

       Previous Achievements….?

  • Ubuntu Choral Festival 2007 feat. Hip Hop Panstula  

  • Grahamstown National Arts Festival 2007
  • Legalwise African Renaissance concert featuring Sibongile Mngoma.2007
  • Legalwise African Renaissance concert feat Soweto Gospel Choir 2008
  • 2008 – 10 year Celebration/ Anniversary
  • Cape Town Tour 2008 

UP CHORALE:CELEBRATING THE YEAR OF REBIRTH!    
 

News

Centre for Human Rights launches gender audit tool - 30/07/2014
The Centre for Human Rights recently launched a gender audit tool to investigate gender equality/inequality at higher education institutions in Africa. The tool, developed with funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is designed to introspectively investigate the state of gender (in) equality at higher education institutions across Africa with a view to fostering greater gender parity.
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Commonwealth scholar at UP focuses on relationship between artwork and onlooker - 30/07/2014
Johan Thom, a prolific artist who has received numerous awards and is currently a lecturer in the University of Pretoria's Department of Fine Arts, will soon receive his PhD from the University College of London (UCL) through the Slade School of Art. Thom was awarded a Commonwealth Scholarship by the Canon Collins Trust in 2008 and returned to South Africa last year, when he joined the staff at his alma mater as the coordinator for postgraduate students.
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First ERSA Dynamic CGE Modelling Course - 29/07/2014
The Department of Economics hosted the first Economic Research Southern Africa (ERSA) Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Modelling course during July 2014. The course was presented by Prof Peter Dixon and Prof Maureen Bleazby from the Centre of Policy Studies, now located at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia.
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UP now has a satellite health research facility in Thohoyandou, Limpopo! - 29/07/2014
The Department of Urology and the School of Health Systems and Public Health in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Pretoria (UP) have been performing human and environmental health research in the Vhembe district of the Limpopo province for the past twelve years. This National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)-funded study is a collaborative effort between Prof Brenda Eskenazi, who is the Director of the Center for Children's Environmental Health Research at the University of California, Berkeley Campus, San Francisco, USA, and Prof Riana Bornman of the Department of Urology at UP.
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Assupol TuksCricket – RedBull Campus Cricket world champions - 28/07/2014
Assupol TuksCricket has been crowned the winners of the 2014 edition of the RedBull Campus Cricket World Championship.
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Research explores the drivers behind commitment and achievement - 28/07/2014
It is a known fact that commitment is fundamental to most notable human achievements. But how does identity shape and strengthen people's commitments and provide a framework for the attainment of future goals? Which factors make people’s behaviour predictable and sustainable in the long run, and what are the consequences of commitment? These are the questions that Prof Salomé Human-Vogel aims to answer through her latest research on the factors that drive people to reach their goals, particularly those that play a role in how people regulate their own behaviour.
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International association honours Prof Kobus Maree as distinguished psychologist - 25/07/2014
Professor Kobus Maree, professor in the Faculty of Education’s Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Pretoria (UP), was named a fellow of the International Association for Applied Psychology (IAAP) at its quadrennial international congress held in Paris during July. Some 4 500 psychologists from 100 countries attended the congress of this association founded in 1920.
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