South African Men Celebrate Great Results at Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup
Posted on 29 Apr 2011
South Africa played out for third/forth position in the World Group II against Chile today, (29 April) with an excellent result, winning 2-1, securing third place. The match is part of the ITF Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup held at the University of Pretoria, Sports Grounds in Tshwane.
Brilliant Results as South Africa Reaches Semifinals at World Team Cup
Posted on 28 Apr 2011
The South African men's team reached the wheelchair tennis ITF World Team Cup semi finals in the World Men's II group. This is a first for South Africa in addition to hosting an event of this stature. The annual event is the most prestigious tournament on the wheelchair tennis calendar and has attracted over 300 players from 34 nations.
South Africa Fairs Well At the Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup
Posted on 26 Apr 2011
Today, (26 April) the ITF Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup - the most prestigious tennis event ever staged in this country - served up some great tennis from the South African Men's team. The team is entered into the Mens' Group II where the men seem adamant to perform well on day two.
South Africa has revealed its squad for the upcoming Wheelchair Tennis ITF World Team Cup
Posted on 21 Apr 2011
Wheelchair Tennis South Africa (WTSA) and its presenting sponsor Airports Company South Africa, alongside the Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA), and City of Tshwane today (Wednesday, 16 March 2011) announced the team that will represent South Africa in the ITF World Team Cup.
International Seminar: Transformation of the role of the State and new instruments of public action
Posted on 21 Apr 2011
Several recent evolutions in the public sphere have translated into major changes regarding the definition and implementation of public policies. They are characterized by renewed, multi-actor and multi-level institutional and governance frameworks.
A UN model law on Juvenile Justice: A comparative assessment
Dr Ann Skelton, Ms Iyabo Ogunniran and Ms Violet Odala
Posted on 20 Apr 2011
On 18 April 2011 Dr. Anne Skelton, Director of the Centre for Child Law in the University of Pretoria Faculty of Law, presented the outcome of a UN expert meeting in Vienna tasked with commenting on a draft 'Model Law on Juvenile Justice'. The presentation was complemented by comments from Ms Iyabo Ogunniran and Ms Violet Odala, who shared their experience with the juvenile justice systems in Nigeria and Malawi, respectively.