The University of Pretoria is the only institution in the country that can boast a gymnastics programme which offers Rhythmic and Artistic, from beginners to national team members, from ages 3 to 65.
We at TuksGymnastics strive to provide to the students of the University of Pretoria and the community of Pretoria professional coaching in all disciplines at all levels, from recreation to competitive.
We further endeavor to provide those gymnasts who would like to prepare towards high-level international participation the opportunity through our Elite School of Excellence.
·To promote the importance of Fundamental Movement and Skill Development from pre-school level.
·To develop every gymnast we work with to their full potential.
·To provide a fun, safe and educational coaching environment.
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UP’s Exceptional Young Researcher of 2014 delivers findings to an international audience - 23/10/2014
Prof Darryn Knobel is providing great insight into the control and foreseeable elimination of rabies. He recently presented his work at the 39th World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Congress held in Cape Town. Prof Knobel leads UP’s Faculty of Veterinary Science’s research group on dog population ecology and rabies epidemiology, which studies the ecology of owned, free-roaming dog populations in resource-constrained communities, particularly at wildlife interfaces. The group's aim is to better understand the interactions between dog population dynamics and rabies control, as well as other aspects of dog health and welfare.
Social Development Month (October) - 22/10/2014
Pro-poor strategies such as social grants, the national school nutrition programme and the expanded Public Works Programme, amongst others, reflect a better understanding in that the most vulnerable are assisted to break the poverty trap.
Limpopo’s tomato growers have to face up to climate change - 20/10/2014
Limpopo Province produces 66% of the total annual tonnage of tomatoes grown in South Africa. The province is also deemed particularly vulnerable to the impact of climate change, partly because it is exposed to extreme weather events. A new study demonstrates the extent to which current climate change scenarios are likely to impact tomato production and proposes possible methods for farmers to mitigate the impact.