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L’Institut Africain des Impôts (ATI) est une institution rattachée au Département d'Economie de l'Université de Pretoria en Afrique du Sud. L’ATI a pour mission d’offrir des services de formation, de recherche et d’assistance technique en matière de politique et d’administration fiscales à travers le continent africain.

 

News

Faculty gets a new leader for teaching and learning - 01/10/2014
Prof Johan Oberholster, currently the CA Programme Manager, has been appointed as the new Deputy Dean: Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, with effect from 1 October 2014 to 31 December 2016. Prof Oberholster will continue in his position as CA Programme Manager during this period.
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Notification to Alumni - 01/10/2014
Notice is hereby given that the Alumni Annual General Meeting scheduled for 9 October 2014 is postponed until a date which will be communicated at a later stage.
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Unifying pathology and laboratory medicine in the era of P4 medicine - 30/09/2014
The 54th International Congress of the Federation of South African Societies of Pathology, which was proudly co-hosted by the University of Pretoria’s Department of Pathology in the Faculty of Health Sciences, recently took place at the purpose-built CSIR International Convention Centre. The organising committee was mindful of the prestige of the conference and put together a superb programme for this forum and gathering of pathologists and scientists in laboratory medicine from both the public and the private sector.
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Distinguished academic chosen to be part of leading team - 29/09/2014
Prof Riël Franzsen has been appointed as member of the Governing Board (Executive Board) of the recently-established Institute for Fiscal Studies in Ghana.
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Mail and Guardian chooses UP scientists as the voices of science - 29/09/2014
The newspaper Mail & Guardian (M&G) is running a six-month project called Science Voices, which aims to help postgraduate science students to present their academic writing in a language that is understandable and enjoyable for the general public to read. Postgraduate students submitted their articles to M&G and top articles were selected and published. Two PhD candidates and one MSc candidate from UP’s Institutional Research Theme (IRT) on Food, Nutrition and Well-being were selected for this prestigious profile supplement published by M&G.
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Mammal Research Institute Annual Southern Right Whale Survey - 29/09/2014
The Mammal Research Institute of the University of Pretoria will start flying their 36th annual helicopter survey of the Southern Cape’s right whale population on 29 September this year; a survey that will be generously sponsored by four offshore oil and gas companies namely; ExxonMobil Exploration and Production South Africa Limited, Impact Africa Limited, The Petroleum Oil And Gas Corporation of South Africa (SOC) Ltd, and Thombo Petroleum Limited.
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Kumba ploughing millions into UP virtual reality mine design centre - 25/09/2014
Anglo American subsidiary Kumba Iron Ore (Kumba) is sponsoring the development of Africa’s first virtual reality (VR) mine design centre at the University of Pretoria’s (UP’s) department of mining and engineering.
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