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Tickets on sale now for AmaTuks' Nedbank Cup opener
Mokgethi Maleka
Posted on 11 Apr 2010

The PSL has approved TuksFootball A on the TuksSport Campus (LC de Villiers Grounds) as an appropriate venue for AmaTuks’ opening match in the 2010 Nedbank Cup Competition.

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Give a Dam
Posted on 09 Apr 2010

The University of Pretoria’s Drama Department is proud to present “ Dammed UP”, a production conceived and directed by Zwelakhe Mtsaka, with the creative and conceptual contributions from the cast.

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Dancing in the woods again
Posted on 09 Apr 2010

The Drama Department of the University of Pretoria is staging THE CRUCIBLE again. This is due to popular demand, after a highly successful run in 2009.

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Joint Workshop on Early Hearing Detection & Intervention
Dept of Communication Pathology
Posted on 08 Apr 2010

A special workshop entitled, Newborn Hearing Screening: Opening up opportunities for better outcomes, will be held in Johannesburg (31 April – 1 May) and Cape Town (7 - 8 May).

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New HIV/AIDS book by Dept of Communication Pathology
Dept of Communication Pathology
Posted on 08 Apr 2010

Staff members edited and contributed to the first book on HIV/AIDS related communication, hearing and swallowing disorders.

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Educational Theatre 2010
Posted on 07 Apr 2010

The Drama department’s annual touring educational theatre programmes ran from 15-19 March 2010. The programmes are developed under the supervision of Prof Marié-Heleen Coetzee since 2003. The programmes are presented in collaboration with the SAPS Villeria, SAPS Brooklyn, the Tshwane Metro Police and Kilnerpark Security as part of their crime prevention programmes. Kilnerpark Security estimated that the programmes played for up to 8 000 learners.

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Caster Semenya speaks out on return to athletics
Morris Gilbert
Posted on 07 Apr 2010

Caster Semenya has made a public statement on her planned return to the international track in June this year. Read the full statement here.

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The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) defends Academic Freedom in SA
Academy of Science of SA
Posted on 07 Apr 2010

Academic freedom has been debated in South Africa for many decades, mostly as a result of violations by apartheid-era policies. After almost 16 years as a democratic nation, the academic freedom debate remains as relevant as ever, with several much-publicised cases highlighting the situation in the country. The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) has released a statement on the subject on behalf of scholars comprising its Membership.

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Clinical research in South Africa needs to be re-organised and revitalised, says ASSAf report
Academy of Sciencs of SA
Posted on 07 Apr 2010

The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) has released a peer-reviewed report, entitled Revitalising Clinical Research in South Africa: A Study on Clinical Research and Related Training in South Africa. The Report was written by a 13-member Panel representing a wide diversity of health scientists and scholars from all over the country chaired by Professor Bongani Mayosi of the University of Cape Town.

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Outreach to Jakaranda Childrens Home
Martina Jordaan
Posted on 03 Apr 2010

JCP students took kids from Jakaranda Children's Home for a horse riding experience

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