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  • Du Toit, A. S.
    In contrast with the accepted usage of the term "learning problems" as isolated entities which can be understood in terms of labeled syndromes or conditions, the pedagogical perspective of learning problems can be clearly ...
  • Van Rensburg, F. I. J.
    In this inaugural lecture the characteristics of contemporary literature and its relation to modern life are analysed. The most important influences upon modern literature are traced, amongst others those of mass communication ...
  • Skakelafdeling
    An exhibition of the works of famous foot and mouth painter Phillip Swanepoel, was held from 27 January to 8 February 1971 in the reading room of the library. The exhibition was opened by mr. Lieb Loots, chairman of the ...
  • Lacquet, B.M.
    The exponential growth in the use of the Internet and the consequent growing need for higher bandwidth force the telecommunications industry to expand the laid networks at a much faster rate. Optical fibre is the only ...
  • Krimmel, E. F.
    Micro-electronics, in contributing to our very survival, has become an essential part of our civilization. The extraordinary advances made in this field bring to light certain limits, of which will be discussed: • social ...
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    Linda Reid, Amok queen for 1971
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    SA Philips Ltd. donated a liquid scintillation teller to RAU on 12 May 1968. B.P.(SA) Ltd. donated a small computer which can be used with the apparatus.In the photo: Prof. Viljoen with Mr. D.F. Rex, (middle) technical ...
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    The major exhibition called "Living Arts" take place on the campus during May 1982. More than 30 artists demonstrated their art form. There were six artists from abroad who have joined the exhibition.
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    In November 1984, a seminar on the topic: "Scientific dietary management half weight reduction", was held at the RAU and about 50 delegates attended. In the photo are two of the women whom presented the seminar, Loreine ...
  • Engelbrecht, A. H. P.
    Air pollution is a world wide problem. It has been known for centuries and had its origin towards the end of the 13th century when coal became popular as a fuel. The problem of air pollution was largely ignored until air ...
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    Marguerite Weavind thanked after opening the exhibition of the Weavers and Spinners Guild.
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    The Maria Malan Club from Johannesburg annually donates scholarships to several students in Social Work. On this occasion, Mrs. Johanna Terburgh (center) president of the club, handed the prizes to the winners.
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    Marieta Reynecke, one of the pretty girls at Spring Day
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    The Mayoral couple of Taipei in Taiwan, visited the university. On this occasion, mr. and mrs. Young, were received by Prof. J. Poolman, vice-rector and mr. Koos Roets.
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    Members of the Dept. of Education. Front f.l. to r.: Prof. C.J.J. Basson, dr. C.S. du Plessis (senior subject librarian), prof. J.C. Kok (chairman), prof. C.S. Engelbrecht, (vice-chairman), mrs. A.N. Blaauw (secretary), ...
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    Members of the Executive Committee of the Senate. Front: Prof. J. Poolman (Vice-Rector), prof. Anna F. Steyn (Dean, Faculty of Literature and Philosophy), prof. J.P. de Lange (Rector), prof. G.J. Hauptfleisch (Vice-Rector). Back: ...
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    Dr. Kotzee (middle) with the rector, Prof. G. van N. Viljoen and members of the Faculty of Education.
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    The members of the Student Council for 1980-1981 term: Standing: Michael Cordier, Annemarie Mönnig, Francois van der Merwe, Annette Swart, Bertus de Villiers, Andre de Meillon, Alet Norval, Hein Huyser and Crisjan Lessing. ...
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    The members of the University Council as currently constituted: Seated: Dr. AA von Maltitz Dr AJL van Rooyen, Mr. SW van der Merwe, Dr RL Straszacker (Chairman), Professor JP de Lange (Rector), Dr DP de Villiers, Mr. GJF ...

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