Die volgende Artikels is slegs in Engels beskikbaar:
Second Annual Summer School in Biostatistics
Gelaai op 29 Aug 2011
Inviting all researchers in clinical medicine, epidemiology, public health and biomedical or veterinary sciences! The Summer School in Biostatistics is aimed at both new and experienced medical researchers.
Tuks Swimmers help Team SA to defend title as the top swimming nation in Africa!
Gelaai op 06 Dec 2011
Tuks Swimming is very proud of their new breed of up-and-coming swimmers that returned from the African Junior Championships with outstanding individual performances. Marlies Ross, Ryan Coetzee, Rita Naude, Divan du Pisanie and Kitiwe Hadebe represented the South African junior national team that competed in Nigeria from the 1st- 4th December. Team SA successfully defended their title as the top swimming nation in Africa, in part thanks to the medal tally of 16 medals achieved by these five swimmers from Tuks.
CGIS members represent South Africa at the 33rd ISO/TC 211 Plenary
Centre for Geoinformation Science
Gelaai op 05 Dec 2011
The International Organization for Standardizationís technical committee for Geographic information/Geomatics, ISO/TC 211, held its plenary week from 13 to 18 November 2011 in Centurion, South Africa. The Centre for Geoinformation Science had five representatives at the meetings and plenary: Serena Coetzee, Antony Cooper, Noh Tewolde, Victoria Rautenbach and Jeofrey Ditsela.
Invitation to the 3rd World Human Rights Moot Court Competition
Gelaai op 23 Nov 2011
The competition will be held at the University of Pretoria on the 8th and 9th of December 2011. It will be supported by the Regional Office for Southern Africa of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (ROSA). The presiding judges in the final round in Pretoria will be eminent jurists and judges from international tribunals and bodies.
SA's labour laws work, says Motlanthe at GIBS Forum
Gelaai op 23 Nov 2011
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has defended the country's labour laws, saying they were not the main stumbling block to job creation. Motlanthe, who is being touted as a possible successor to President Jacob Zuma in 2014, was addressing academics and business executives at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) on Friday night.
Prof Marietjie Potgieter wins a National Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award for 2011
Gelaai op 15 Nov 2011
The National Excellence in Teaching and Learning Awards Selection Committee have announced that Prof Marietjie Potgieter of the Chemistry Department of the University of Pretoria has been selected as a recipient of a commendation award.