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Wits University Sep 16
📰 SUNDAY READ: Who were the ‘three brothers’ who captured Nelson Mandela shortly before he became South Africa’s first democratically elected President in 1994? 👓 Full story:
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Wits University Sep 13
🔬: The earliest drawing made 73 000-years-ago by humans has been found. Among the scientists of this groundbreaking discovery is honorary research fellow, archaeologist Dr Luca Pollarolo from Wits University. #️⃣Read more:
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Lenore Manderson 12h
Patrick Bond speaking on the politics of sanitation and water as a race and class in South Africa
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Lenore Manderson 12h
Aja on the potency of Watershed
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Lenore Manderson 13h
Thabo Lusithi EMG talking on water governance and politics in Cape Town
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Lenore Manderson 12h
Aja Marnewerk from UWC talking on water, puppetry and social exclusion at
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Zanele Madiba 12h
Day 9 of Don't miss "Territorial Waters, Politics and Regional Commons" symposium at 1pm. "Action on Water: Climate Justice & People's Charters" at 3pm and Jacklyn Cock's book reading. All happening
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Zanele Madiba 9h
Day 9 of Conference continues today The panel is talking Water Wars and Water Appropriation chaired by The next session is at 3pm with a Jacklyn Cock's book reading taking place at 5pm.
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Caryn McNamara Sep 17
READY!!! Very excited for this week in Hobart, Tasmania.
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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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Lenore Manderson Sep 16
Tracing the spruit with Myer Taub. Go to Wits Website or Watershed facebook for details.
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Wits_News Sep 14
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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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Lenore Manderson Sep 13
Yvette Christianse was magnificent. More from her tomorrow as part of watershed . Atul Bhalla's installation continues to inspire
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Zanele Madiba Sep 13
Yvette Christianse says: we have not dealt with the truth if trauma is something that always brings repetition. I am haunted by slavery.
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Zanele Madiba Sep 13
"Slavery is not over. The law is always one step, two steps behind." - Yvette Christianse at Watershed
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Zanele Madiba Sep 13
"What does it mean to die by swallowing your tongue?" - Yvette Christianse (Poet and novelist) talking about suicide/horizons at
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Zanele Madiba Sep 13
Professor Yvette Christianse, SA poet and novelist now doing a poetry reading at WISER as part of "Under the water"
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Lenore Manderson Sep 13
Day zero ... will it happen in Johannesburg? Convened by Mike Muller
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Lenore Manderson Sep 13
No water running on campus. Adelaide chagopa talks about the law and governance
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