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Dr Thobeka Nkomo, the new Head of the Department of Social Work, is passionate about helping others live their best life
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Wits Art Museum Sep 18
Explore questions around data, knowledge and decolonisation in the global information society with curator Fiona Rankin-Smith on Saturday 22 September, 12h00.
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Wits_News Sep 18
📖💡 has added two new courses to its free, online platform. Starting in October 👇🏾 "Activism and Citizen Journalism through Media and Civil Society" "African Media Policy in the Digital Age" ℹ️ Enroll today! Free!
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Wits_News Sep 18
🌊☀️ Climate change, water and the spread of diseases: Connecting the dots differently to grasp the impact of climate change on people, and specifically, on public health - 📖 via
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Lenore Manderson Sep 17
Interview with David on "Breakfast with David" Today's a busy day for Watershed. Dont miss it Watershed - Wits Wits - University of the Witwatersrand Institute at Brown for Environment and Society Kaya FM 95.9
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Wits_News Sep 17
“Just thinking about his vision made you want to do things better, think bigger”. This is the hospital envisioned: -->
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Lenore Manderson Sep 16
Out in Conversation ... Linking health to water to watershed. Watershed - Wits Earth, Itself
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Wits_News Sep 16
Macabre masks, statuettes, and endless rows of paintings, including one from actor Robert De Niro – the weird and wonderful art received from prisons to presidents. -->
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Wits_News Sep 14
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Wits_News Sep 14
Dr Lindelwa Dalamba: “ is a form of expression about the challenges of the country ... I will never forget that day, my birthday, when I saw my dad get out of the car, brandishing a saxophone case.” 🎷 📖
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Wits_News Sep 14
Congratulations to the Centre fo Deaf Studies on its 20th anniversary. The Centre has restored hope for families of infants and children by imparting knowledge and equipping them with the necessary skills & training to aid their success.
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Wits_News Sep 14
HI HOPES, a community flagship programme of the Centre for Studies has provided home based support to the families of more than 2000 Deaf and hard of hearing babies.
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Wits_News Sep 14
Colin Allen says the World Federation of the Deaf advocates for people across the world to ensure they attain their linguistic rights through Sign Language.
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Wits_News Sep 14
Dr Guy Mcilroy graduated with a PhD from the Centre for Deaf Studies last year. His research focused on Bilingual-Bicultural Education in schools for the Deaf and the implementation of the South African Sign Language curriculum.
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Wits_News Sep 14
Since its establishment, the Centre for Deaf Studies has developed globally competitive standards of excellence in the training of teachers of the , the provision of equitable learning and research in the field of Deaf education.
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Wits_News Sep 14
The Centre for Studies has about 150 staff members working across the country, supporting deaf babies and their families.
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Wits_News Sep 14
Prof. , founder of the Centre for Studies & an expert in paediatric hearing loss, early hearing intervention, community and family support & reflects on the journey the Centre has travelled for the past 20 years.
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Wits_News Sep 14
The Centre for Studies has contributed to the understanding of deafness in society through research, training and community involvement says Prof. Tawana Kupe, Vice Principal of .
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Wits_News Sep 14
It is which seeks to shine the spotlight on people. The Ekurhuleni School for the entertain guests with their performance of : You Raise Me Up at the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Centre for Deaf Studies
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Wits_News Sep 14
The Centre for Deaf Studies is recognised as a Centre of Excellence in Africa and is a pioneer in Deaf Education.
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