University Social Responsibility News

  • NewsClips (04/12/2020)

    Posted on December 05, 2020

    Here are the NewsClips for the week:

  • NewsClips (27/11/2020)

    Posted on November 28, 2020

    Here are the NewsClips for the week:

  • Students from Social Work and Criminology rise to the Jerusalema dance challenge

    Posted on November 27, 2020

    This year, first-year students from the Department of Social Work and Criminology heeded President Ramaphosa’s call to participate in the Jerusalema challenge. They were encouraged to do so by their Criminology lecturer, Professor Booyens, who felt that it would be effective to keep the...

  • NewsClips (20/11/2020)

    Posted on November 21, 2020

    These are the NewsClips for the week:

  • Ethiopia’s war: The last gasp of minority ethnic chauvinism and pseudo-democracy

    Posted on November 20, 2020

    For too long, Ethiopian political history has been dominated by the elites of two minority groups, the Amhara and the Tigray. These elites considered people of the Oromo origin and others as subjects incapable of governing Ethiopia – but now an ethnic Oromo, Abiy Ahmed, is the prime...

  • NewsClips (13/11/2020)

    Posted on November 16, 2020

    The Faculty is very proud to congratulate:

  • School of the Arts Co-Hosts Successful Multi-disciplinary Colloquium

    Posted on November 09, 2020

    The virtual colloquium, Angels, Ancestors, Alchemy and the Arts in Africa: Multi-disciplinary socio-cultural representations/traditions of African spirituality ('seen' and 'unseen'), was held between 29 - 31 October 2020. The colloquium was jointly hosted by the Department of Humanities Education...

  • Celebrating Families: World Adoption Day

    Posted on November 09, 2020

    On 9 November, World Adoption Day, we celebrate families who have been brought together through the adoption of a child; we support families who are in the process of adoption, and we raise awareness of adoption as a family option. Whether abandoned, orphaned or willingly chosen to have a child...

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