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Perdeby mourns a tragic loss

Cobus Coetzee was a committed and talented journalist. But more importantly, he was good man and an irreplaceable friend.

Everyone at Perdeby was shocked and saddened at the loss of a friend whose warmth, loyalty and dedication was a shining example to all around him of how to live a full, good life.

We will all miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family in this difficult time.

Perdeby Mourns a tragic loss
Cobus Coetzee was a committed and talented journalist. But more importantly, he was  good man and an irreplaceable friend. Everyone at Perdeby was shocked and saddened at the loss of a friend whose warmth, loyalty and dedication was a shining example to all around him of how to live a full, good life. We will all miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family in this difficult time.

English professor makes UP proud

Professor David Medalie, of the Department of English, has been shortlisted for the Caine Prize. The prize is a very prestigious award given to an African author for his or her short story in English.

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Tuks tackles waste

Students have been wondering about the colourful new waste bins around the Piazza. These bins have been specially designed and colour-coded to help with recycling on campus.

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2011 election results

On 18 May, millions of registered voters cast their voice of opinion in the local government elections.

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Accusations fly as Speaker's fate hangs in the balance

Last week Perdeby reported that the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of student parliament were accused of being unconstitutionally elected and that there were calls for them to be dismissed.

Read more: Accusations fly as Speaker's fate hangs in the balance

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