• August

  • 18

    Aug
    Fake news webinar
    A webinar on the impact of fake news on democracy and politics
    We are living in an era of digital overload. Information has never been more accessible than now, misinformation and fake news are rife, and it may be difficult to distinguish between what is real and what is not …
    But what happens when fake news poses a threat to democracy, and what consequences does it have on contemporary politics?  Therefore, you should make sure to join a webinar hosted by the Department of Political Studies and Governance and the Institute for Race Relations on Misinforming the public – misdirecting democracy: Fake News and its Consequence for contemporary politics.

    Date: 18 August 2022
    Time: 10:00
    Platform: Microsoft Teams

    Click here to join: https://bit.ly/3SA1pgr 

  • 22

    Aug
    Inaugural Lecture: Prof Geofrey Mukwada

     

    The Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Prof Danie Vermeulen, has the pleasure of inviting you to the inaugural lecture of

    Prof Geofrey Mukwada

     

    Subject: THE LAST DAYS OF PLENTY: AN ASSESSMENT
    OF ELEVATION-DEPENDENT WARMING IN THE
    DRAKENSBERG MOUNTAIN REGION BETWEEN 1980
    AND 2018 AND ITS POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR
    SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS IN THE REGION AND
    DOWNSTREAM COMMUNITIES

     

    Light refreshments will be served after the inaugural

    lecture.

    Click to view documentRead More 

    RSVP on or before Friday 19 August 2022 to
    Meiki Lebeko, telephone +27 58 718 5475 or email:

     

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