Jurisprudence participates in the Feast of the Clowns
Isolde de Villiers
Posted on 27 Sep 2012
The Feast of the Clowns has been part of the City of Tshwane’s calendar since 2000. What started out as a small street festival, has now established itself as the only annual festival in the inner city combining celebration and social justice.
Drama researchers interrogate masculinity
Posted on 26 Sep 2012
At the conference "Work/Force: South African masculinities in the media" (13-14 September 2012, Stellenbosch), two Drama lecturers and one postgraduate student delivered papers on various aspects of masculinity.
Prof De la Rey calls for a ‘bigger and better’ Woolly Winter Campaign in 2013
Posted on 14 May 2013
Speaking on TuksFM’s Bang Bang Breakfast Show, the University of Pretoria’s Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Prof Cheryl de la Rey, announced that the second Woolly Winter Campaign will be launched earlier in a bid to make it ‘bigger and better’ than the previous year’s effort.
Tuks representatives shine at G20 Youth Forum in Russia
Elzet Hurter/Martie Bradley
Posted on 08 May 2013
The G20 Youth Forum was the largest international event organised for young leaders in 2013, and over 1 500 young leaders, students and academics, representatives from the business world and governments participated in it.* Six students from the University of Pretoria had been selected as representatives of the South African youth contingent to attend the Forum in Saint Petersburg from 17 to 21 April 2013.
Prof Ann Skelton incumbent of UNESCO Chair in Education Law in Africa
Posted on 07 May 2013
The Director of the Centre for Child Law, Prof Ann Skelton, has been appointed by the University Council as the incumbent of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’s (UNESCO) Chair in Education Law in Africa.
Historic interview with Dr Albertina Luthuli
Posted on 06 May 2013
On 26 April 2013, Mr Anthony Makeketa, responsible for marketing and communications at the Albert Luthuli Centre for Responsble Leadership (ALCRL), visited the Albert Luthuli Museum in Groutville to meet and interview Dr Albertina Luthuli, the daughter of Chief Albert Luthuli. The main objective of this historic visit was to interview Dr Luthuli on the topic of responsible leadership and also to explore the legacy of her father, Chief Albert Luthuli and how the ALCRL can contribute to his legacy through its academic and research offerings.