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Tell Oct 4
It was a brave set of parents making a very difficult decision which has resulted in saving the life of their child and has opened up extensive new option for HIV Research in SA
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Sinethemba File Oct 4
The doctors keep breaking new grounds.
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Arts Research Africa Oct 9
Invitation to a dialogue between our recent ARA Artist in Residence Prof Atul Bhalla and Prof David Andrew. Wed 10 October 13:15 - 14:15, CNS Smart Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Solomon Mahlangu House. Looking at creating his installation Looking for Lost Water.
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Arts Research Africa Oct 30
We are proud to be one of the partners of "Anciens Dieux, Nouvelle Énigmes Old Gods, New Enigmas" exhibition that will be open to the public from 1 to 8 November. The exhibition & artist residency forms part of The History of Art post-graduate coursework.
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Wits_News Oct 30
Buying only SA-made vehicles could boost GDP by R37bn, says Wits study
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Bonnie Venter Oct 4
The question has been raised will HIV positive people be allowed to donate organs?
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Tell Oct 4
Dr Motsoaledi says this is the start of a policy, he has a fair idea of how this discussion might go, what works for the liver might not work for the kidney. This is the beginning of a debate of a new policy approach.
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Bonnie Venter Oct 4
DGMC has made liver transplants a reality for all children - regardless of their financial situation. Great to see section 27 and 28 of the Constitution being realised
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Wits_News Oct 30
👇🏾👇🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 Professor Himla Soodyall is world genetics expert who was awarded a Bronze Order of Mapungubwe in 2005 for her "Outstanding contributions in the field of science" in South Africa. 🧬👩🏾‍🔬🧪🇿🇦
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AllJoBurg Oct 4
RT Wits_News: .WitsUniversity Transplant Unit announces success after ground-breaking HIV+ transplant 🎗️🔬😷🇿🇦 👀🖥️WATCH LIVE… via CityofJoburgZA
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Caryn McNamara Sep 17
READY!!! Very excited for this week in Hobart, Tasmania.
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Inner-City Gazette Oct 5
In the this week: Child saved in HIV+ transplant - Wits University doctors transplanted the liver from a mother living with HIV to her critically ill HIV negative child.
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Sust Livelihoods Fdn Sep 13
and are presenting in a flash talk series on their public engagement in science project, at the Exhibition today.
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Lenore Manderson Sep 21
Lenore Manderson Just now · Thank you to the extraordinary academics and artists who took the risk and the time, and spent two weeks out of their comfort zones talk about, thinking about and finding meaning in Water. It was the best thing!
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Zanele Madiba Sep 14
Day 5 of and it's kicking off with Yvette Christianse's "Words on Water" speaking about "The Waiting Space: Reading the Register of Liberated Africans in the Seychelles" at WISER
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Arts Research Africa Nov 6
See more on our Artist in Residence, Hilary Balu
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Arts Research Africa Oct 29
Look out for Artist in Residence, Hilary Balu's exhibition on at Point Of Order from 1 to 8 November in collaboration with History of Art postgraduate students
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Martin Schäfer Oct 24
Oldest-known human found in , ! I congratulate Professor Henshilwood, Dr van Niekerk, Dr Pollarolo and their team for their great discovery.
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Wits University Oct 9
🗞️MUST READ: Prof. Ruksana Osman, Dean of Humanities at University of the Witwatersrand writes about how humanities faculties at universities can equip students for the 4IR. 🌐Full article:
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Lenore Manderson Oct 15
Waves from Watershed continue to come, Atul Bhalla and David Andrew in dialogue
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