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Research project of R2,4 million on Indigenous Knowledge Systems will empower community
Martie Maree
Posted on 23 Sep 2010

A R2,4-million research project funded by the National Research Foundation (NRF) that will address Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) from a multidisciplinary perspective in the Department of Geography, Geoinformatics and Meteorology (GGM) was recently approved.

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University of Pretoria offers training on policing and law in Somalia
Posted on 22 Sep 2010

The University of Pretoria's Centre for Human Rights held a training course on policing and international law for 12 members of the Somali Police Advisory Committee (PAC), which is supported by the United Nations Development Programme. The committee is based in the part of Somalia?s capital city Mogadishu that is controlled by the transitional government.


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Public Conversations 2010: Where is South Africa Today?
Corena Garnas
Posted on 22 Sep 2010

Join some of SA's most respected speakers for this exciting conversation series designed to encourage public intellectual activity at UP and in the broader community.

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UP's Brightest Young Minds
Posted on 22 Sep 2010

Mario Fasondini, Adam Heyns, Johann van den Bergh and William Jiyana from the University of Pretoria recently attended the BYM Summit in Stellenbosch.

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Visit by social work colleagues from Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, USA
Liana le Roux
Posted on 21 Sep 2010

Two colleagues from the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, USA, recently met with our head of department, prof. Antoinette Lombard.

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TuksRugby : Tuks play Shimlas in plate semi-final
Posted on 21 Sep 2010

Tuks 1 has qualified for the semi-final of the plate competition at the SAA National Club Championships.

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The Second Annual Public Lecture of the Community of Mandela-Rhodes Scholars, hosted at the University of Pretoria
Posted on 21 Sep 2010

The Community of Mandela-Rhodes Scholars (CMRS) was formed in 2008 as a non-profit alumni association of the Mandela-Rhodes Scholarship recipients to effectively organise their collective knowledge, skills and talents to make a meaningful contribution in areas of leadership, education, entrepreneurship and reconciliation in Africa. The CMRS is a scholar-driven initiative that is functionally independent from the Mandela-Rhodes Foundation (the MRF).

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Tukkies wins moot court competition on children's rights.
Posted on 20 Sep 2010

The final round of the first South African Child Law Moot Court Competition was held on Saturday, 18 September 2010. TuksLaw team Natasha Watt and Khomotso Moshikaro from UP won the Competition.

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Two UP Archaeology Students discover Anglo-Boer War midden along Roper Road
Posted on 20 Sep 2010

Have you ever thought about what is under your feet? Each day we walk on top of the remains of the past in the form artefacts left by our ancestors. These artefacts can be stone handaxes millions of years old, or yesterday?s lunch remains. Most city dwellers forget that the city is just one more layer of history.

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TuksCricketers making inroads into provincial teams
Maurice Aronstam
Posted on 16 Sep 2010

TuksCricketers have been doing well in recent years and many of the players are being rewarded by being included in provincial setups.

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