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Op Saterdag 10 Oktober het vyf derdejaar-studente van Tukkies die kinders van twee kinderhuise in Pretoria gewys dat die wêreld tóg omgee. Die studente het ’n sportdag vir die kinders gereël. Dit was ‘n projek vir ‘n praktiese taak wat hulle in hul vak Projektebestuur moes aanpak.
Charles Kgosana, Penelope Motswene, Soleil Schreuder, Bridgette Motsepe en Onaletha Mokgathi het die sokkerdag in Augustus begin reël. Die doel van die dag was om vir die kinders te wys dat mense hulle lief het en vir hulle omgee en om ‘n goeie herinnering by hul kinderjare te voeg.
Various dignitaries attended the prize giving on 14 October for the Q-photo series of workshops. A photo display was presented, along with an address given by University Registrar, Nick Grové. The ceremony was presided over by Prof Karen Harris.
A University of Pretoria student was harassed on Wednesday 7 October while making her way to the university. Lelanie De Kock (24) was walking along South Street towards Duncan when a young man approached her and asked for directions to Brooklyn. Before she could answer, the man pulled out a knife and demanded her cell phone.
Tuks kept up a three-year winning streak on 9 October, when its students won the English round of the First Year Moot Court Competition hosted by the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein.
Every year, hundreds of horses and a large number of production animals are X-rayed at the Onderstepoort Veterinary Academic Hospital (OVAH).