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Stop telling women that their feminine face is not a representation of God

Unisa's Department of Philosophy, Systematic and Practical Theology, in the College of Human Sciences, hosted a public lecture on 18 February 2020 on gender and religious leadership. The lecture was delivered by

Stop telling women that their feminine face is not a representation of God

Unisa's Department of Philosophy, Systematic and Practical Theology, in the College of Human Sciences, hosted a public lecture on 18 February 2020 on gender and religious leadership. The lecture was delivered by

CHS unapologetically African

Unisa's College of Human Sciences (CHS) is a goldmine of opportunity, said its Executive Dean (ED), Prof Kgomotso Masemola, when he opened the first College Board for 2020. He was addressing CHS

Unisan shaping African Pentecostalism

Prof Solomon Kgatle of Unisa's Christian Spirituality, Church History and Missiology Department clinched a VisionKeepers Programme (VKP) scholarship to explore current trends of global Pentecostalism. As the only recipient of a 2018

MEC Albert Fritz unveils safety ambassadors at West End Primary School awards ceremony, 2 Mar

Minister Fritz to Speak at West End Primary Awards CeremonyOn 2 March the MEC of Community Safety, Albert Fritz, will speak at the awards ceremony and classroom unveiling at West End Primary

MEC Albert Fritz unveils safety ambassadors at West End Primary School awards ceremony, 2 Mar

Minister Fritz to Speak at West End Primary Awards CeremonyOn 2 March the MEC of Community Safety, Albert Fritz, will speak at the awards ceremony and classroom unveiling at West End Primary

Unisa scientist obtains R8million Rand Water Chair

Prof Lukas Snyman from Unisa's Unit of Nanotechnology and Water Sustainability (NanoWS) at the College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET) was recently awarded a Rand Water Board Chair: Electrical Engineering. The

Unisa scientist obtains R8million Rand Water Chair

Prof Lukas Snyman from Unisa's Unit of Nanotechnology and Water Sustainability (NanoWS) at the College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET) was recently awarded a Rand Water Board Chair: Electrical Engineering. The

Basic Education suspends serving of pilchards in light of canning defect announcement

Department of Basic Education suspends serving of Pilchards in light of National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) canning defect announcementThe Department of Basic Education (DBE) has suspended with immediate effect the serving

Minister Angie Motshekga hosts 20th National Teaching Awards, 15 Feb

Minister Motshekga to honour teachers at the 20th Annual National Teaching AwardsBasic Education Minister Mrs Angie Motshekga and the Minister in The Presidency Mr Jackson Mthembu will host the 20th National Teaching

MEC Debbie SchA�fer on planned ‘shut down’ of Khayelitsha schools

Statement by Minister Debbie SchA�fer Western Cape Minister of Education - Preventing learners from attending school is not the answerThe WCED has been alerted to a planned 'shut down' of Khayelitsha schools

Public encouraged to get educated on Cancer

A wave of pink filled the grounds of Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital on Tuesday morning as Gauteng Department of Health in partnership with a health sector Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Pink Drive marked