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GIBS se DBA-graad kry volle internasionale akkreditering
Gelaai op 13 Sep 2012

Die Association of MBAs (AMBA) wat in Londen gebaseer is, het die Doktorsgraad in Besigheidsadministrasie (DBA) van die Universiteit van Pretoria se Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) volle internasionale akkreditering vir ʼn vyf-jaar- hernubare termyn gegee

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Wenda kwalifiseer vir Londen
Danie Cornelius
Gelaai op 07 May 2012

Wenda Theron het nie net in die finale 400m hekkieswedloop vir vroue vir die tweede keer die Olimpiese Kwalifiserende A-standaard behaal nie, maar het ook haar eie tyd in Vrydag se eerste ronde van die SA Ope Atletiekkampioenskaps-toernooi verbeter.

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VroeŽ Kersfees vir siek kinders
Philip Snyman
Gelaai op 07 Dec 2011

Weldoeners van die ooste van Pretoria het die harte van jong siek pasiŽnte by Kalafong Hospitaal warm laat klop.

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Opening van die nuwe ingang, parkade en Ringpad
Gelaai op 28 Jun 2011

Dit is vir my aangenaam om u in te lig dat die Ingenieurswese/parkadeprojek op die Hatfieldkampus dermate voltooi is dat die nuwe ingang vanuit Universiteitsweg, asook die parkade op Woensdag 6 Julie 2011 in gebruik geneem sal word. Katanga Parking Services is aangestel om die parkade te bestuur.

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LLM/MPhil students launch HIV information tool in Hammanskraal
Nora Ho Tu Nam
Gelaai op 04 Jun 2013

The Centre for the Study of AIDS (CSA) in collaboration with the University of Pretoria runs a para-legal advice bureau for people living with HIV/AIDS in Hammanskraal. The bureau is called The Place and it offers HIV related information along with structural assistance to Thulani Mvula, a community-based HIV activist and support group coordinator.

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Department of Social Work and Criminology participates in Child Protection Week 2013
Nicolize Mulder
Gelaai op 04 Jun 2013

South Africaís children face serious challenges to their well-being, with alarming levels of child abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence against children. They are further exposed to harmful conditions related to HIV and Aids, unemployment, poverty, and poor living environments. This poses serious threats to childrenís healthy development, well-being and human rights.

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LLM/MPhil Photography Competition: Human Rights & Democracy through Photography
Yolanda Booyzen
Gelaai op 03 Jun 2013

Students of the LLM/MPhil Programme took part in a photography competition to promote the ideals of human rights and democratisation through still pictures.

The LLM/MPhil in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa is a unique programme to which 30 individuals from African countries are admitted. The programme is presented by the Centre for Human Rights at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria.

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Former African presidents to speak in the Aula on Wednesday, 5 June 2013
Gelaai op 03 Jun 2013

The Round Table is a programme of the African Presidential Centre at Boston University, to be hosted in the Aula in conjunction with the University of Pretoria.

Former President Thabo Mbeki and more than nine other former African presidents, including Raila Odinga, Pedro Pires, Joaquim Chissano, Ali Hassan Mwinyi, Rupiah Banda, Karl Auguste Offmann, Amani Abed Karume, Frederick Tluway Sumaye and Nicephore Dieudonne Soglo, will act as discussants on the topic '2K63: The future of democracy in Africa'.

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Dr Paul van Dam is not only Faculty Manager, he is writing books too...
Gelaai op 28 May 2013

Dr Paul van Dam, Faculty Manager of the Faculty of Veterinary Science is a man of many talents and recently his first book about endurance riding, ďThe Spirit of Endurance. Your 101 guide to endurance riding in South AfricaĒ, was published by Kejafa Knowledge Works.

The coffee table book with a classy glossy finish is widely distributed by big commercial chain outlets such as CNA and was done in conjunction with Ms Anzel Potgieter who did the photography for the book.

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World Kangaroo Mother Care Day celebrated by final year students
Prof Alta Kritzinger
Gelaai op 21 May 2013

Staff and students from the Department of Communication Pathology at the University of Pretoria are involved in one of the most important evidence-based interventions for preterm and low birth weight babies in the world.

The final year students are participating in Kalafong Hospital as audiologists and speech-language therapists in this very effective neonatal method to care for preterm and low birth weight babies.

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