Nelson Mandela University George Campus

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We can’t wait to open back up the field research internship this year, with some exciting new additions, like our smooth hammerhead shark tagging project.

This is the first research project focusing on smooth hammerhead movement ecology, using long-term internal tags!

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We tagged two white sharks and two hammerheads! We can’t wait to track the movements of these elusive animals. This is the first project to use long-term internal tags on smooth hammerheads to study their movement ecology.

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What an unusual catch.

When an angler sent us this shark photo to ID, we were definitely intrigued.

What do you think? Is it a rare pyjama catshark with colour morph, or a more common brown shyshark?

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Nelson Mandela University (George Campus) will focus on becoming a world-class knowledge catalyst for a green economy.

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Do you know how to calculate your Applicant Score (AS)? Watch this video to help you calculate your score before applying to Nelson Mandela University in 2022. https://myfuture.mandela.ac.za/Applicant-Score #MyMandela #2022MandelaUni #NelsonMandelaUniversity #ApplyNow #ApplicationsAreOpen

Do you know how to calculate your Applicant Score (AS)? Watch this video to help you calculate your score before applying to Nelson Mandela University in 2022. https://myfuture.mandela.ac.za/Applicant-Score #MyMandela #2022MandelaUni #NelsonMandelaUniversity #ApplyNow #ApplicationsAreOpen

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Nelson Mandela University has been at the forefront in addressing critical issues in society and seeks to offer solutions to the betterment of the community it serves. Want to make a difference? Apply Now!
For more information: https://postgraduate.mandela.ac.za/
To apply: https://www.mandela.ac.za/Study-at-Mandela/Application/Apply-Postgraduate
#2022MandelaUni #Postgrad2022#PGapplicationsareopen

Nelson Mandela University has been at the forefront in addressing critical issues in society and seeks to offer solutions to the betterment of the community it serves. Want to make a difference? Apply Now!
For more information: https://postgraduate.mandela.ac.za/
To apply: https://www.mandela.ac.za/Study-at-Mandela/Application/Apply-Postgraduate
#2022MandelaUni #Postgrad2022#PGapplicationsareopen

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#WEBINARS - To my Children's Children

Registration Link: https://mandela.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cVL50wb7Qae7nXikpxnFlA

#WEBINARS - To my Children's Children

Registration Link: https://mandela.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cVL50wb7Qae7nXikpxnFlA

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#SUPPORT - Emthonjeni Peer Helpers 2021

In these challenging times, many of us are in need to support. Many students are confronting numerous challenges and this can be overwhelming and stressful. In addition to the professional staff, Emthonjeni Student Wellness, has a group of passionate peer helpers who are available to support you. If you need someone to talk to about a stressful situation you can approach one of our peer helpers for support. Attached is the poster with the details of our peer helpers. You can approach your preferred peer helper directly.

For more information on the programme or to give us feedback on the programme, you can contact the programme coordinator, Dr Angelique McConney, at [email protected]

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#EVENTS - Launch: SARChI Chair in African Feminist Imagination

05 June 2021 | 15:00-17:30

Webinar Registration : https://mandela.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WcA9GxIQQvOltDjm_fnf_w

#EVENTS - Launch: SARChI Chair in African Feminist Imagination

05 June 2021 | 15:00-17:30

Webinar Registration : https://mandela.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WcA9GxIQQvOltDjm_fnf_w

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#The ISCIA Seminar: Grappling with Complexity - "Exploring complexity through relational ethics"

Artist credit: Dr Dylan McGarry https://www.dylanmcgarry.org

Online discussion: Friday, June 04, 11:00-12:00 (ZA) on Zoom

To Join the Zoom Meeting
https://mandela.zoom.us/j/95766190300?pwd=Z2U4S2ZFTW1RS280ZGxUajdqSVh6UT09

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eRona Times issue 36

The 36th in our cartoon series eRona Times depicting real people in real settings playing their part in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic has been published.

This series of cartoons, developed by Arts, Culture and Heritage, is intent on driving changed behaviour to save lives as part of Nelson Mandela University’s #itisinyourhands and #MaskUpMandela campaigns.

With the practice of preventative measures being our best form of defence against the virus, the cartoons – in English, isiXhosa and Afrikaans – will share the consequences of positive changed behaviours to create awareness and educate readers.

The cartoon will be shared on our all social media platforms over the next few months to enable ongoing sharing and learning in how each of us can play his or her part in preventing the spread of COVID-19. They will also be housed on our #MaskUpMandela website.

https://www.mandela.ac.za/News-and-Events/Coronavirus-Information/-MaskUpMandela

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eRona Times issue 36

The 36th in our cartoon series eRona Times depicting real people in real settings playing their part in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic has been published.

This series of cartoons, developed by Arts, Culture and Heritage, is intent on driving changed behaviour to save lives as part of Nelson Mandela University’s #itisinyourhands and #MaskUpMandela campaigns.

With the practice of preventative measures being our best form of defence against the virus, the cartoons – in English, isiXhosa and Afrikaans – will share the consequences of positive changed behaviours to create awareness and educate readers.

The cartoon will be shared on our all social media platforms over the next few months to enable ongoing sharing and learning in how each of us can play his or her part in preventing the spread of COVID-19. They will also be housed on our #MaskUpMandela website.

https://www.mandela.ac.za/News-and-Events/Coronavirus-Information/-MaskUpMandela

Communication and Marketing

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eRona Times uitgawe 36

Die 36ste van ons strokiesverhaalreeks, eRona Times, wat regte mense teen werklike agtergronde weerspieël wat hul deel bydra om die COVID-19-pandemie te bestry, is gepubliseer.

Dié reeks strokiesverhale, wat deur Kuns, Kultuur en Erfenis ontwikkel is, het ten doel om veranderde gedrag aan te spoor om as deel van die Nelson Mandela Universiteit se #itisinyourhands- en #MaskUpMandela-veldtog lewens te red.

Gegewe dat die praktyk van voorkomende maatreëls ons beste verdedigingsmeganisme teen die virus is, sal die strokiesverhale – in Engels, isiXhosa en Afrikaans – bydra tot die resultate van positief veranderde gedrag om bewussyn te kweek en lesers op te voed.

Die strokiesverhaal sal oor die volgende paar maande op al ons sosiale mediaplatforms gedeel word sodat ons voortdurend kan deel en leer hoe elkeen van ons sy of haar deel kan bydra om die verspreiding van COVID-19 te voorkom. Dit sal ook op ons #MaskUpMandela-webtuiste gehuisves word.

https://www.mandela.ac.za/News-and-Events/Coronavirus-Information/-MaskUpMandela

Kommunikasie en Bemarking

eRona Times uitgawe 36

Die 36ste van ons strokiesverhaalreeks, eRona Times, wat regte mense teen werklike agtergronde weerspieël wat hul deel bydra om die COVID-19-pandemie te bestry, is gepubliseer.

Dié reeks strokiesverhale, wat deur Kuns, Kultuur en Erfenis ontwikkel is, het ten doel om veranderde gedrag aan te spoor om as deel van die Nelson Mandela Universiteit se #itisinyourhands- en #MaskUpMandela-veldtog lewens te red.

Gegewe dat die praktyk van voorkomende maatreëls ons beste verdedigingsmeganisme teen die virus is, sal die strokiesverhale – in Engels, isiXhosa en Afrikaans – bydra tot die resultate van positief veranderde gedrag om bewussyn te kweek en lesers op te voed.

Die strokiesverhaal sal oor die volgende paar maande op al ons sosiale mediaplatforms gedeel word sodat ons voortdurend kan deel en leer hoe elkeen van ons sy of haar deel kan bydra om die verspreiding van COVID-19 te voorkom. Dit sal ook op ons #MaskUpMandela-webtuiste gehuisves word.

https://www.mandela.ac.za/News-and-Events/Coronavirus-Information/-MaskUpMandela

Kommunikasie en Bemarking

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eRona Times Ushicilelo 36

Lipapashiwe inqanaba lwamashumi amathathu anesithandathu othotho lwethu lekhathuni i-eRona Times ebonisa abantu bekwiindawo ngeendawo zabo bethatha inxaxheba ekulweni ubhabhane i-COVID-19.

Olu thotho lweekhathuni, oluphuhliswa yi Arts, Culture and Heritage, lujongene nokutshintsha indlela yokuziphatha kusenzelwa ukusindisa impilo yoluntu, lukwayinxalenye yophulo lwedyunivesithi iNelson Mandela elithi, #itisinyourhands no #MaskUpMandela
Ngokuziqhelanisa namanyathelo othintelo endlela efanelekileyo yokuzikhusela kule ntsholongwane, iikhathuni ezibhalwe ngeelwimi zasemzini ze zaguqulelwa kolwenkobe zibonisa iziphumo zokuziphatha kakuhle zisenzela ukukhuthaza nokufundisa uluntu.

Ezi khathuni ziya kusasazwa kumakhasi ethu onke onxibelelwano kwiinyanga ezimbalwa ezizayo, zinika amandla okuqhubeka nokwabelana ngeendlela ezikhuselekileyo zokuthintela ukusasazeka kwe- COVID-19. Ziya kufumaneka nakwi-webhusayithi yethu ye #MaskUpMandela

https://www.mandela.ac.za/News-and-Events/Coronavirus-Information/-MaskUpMandela

#MaskUpMandela

eRona Times Ushicilelo 36

Lipapashiwe inqanaba lwamashumi amathathu anesithandathu othotho lwethu lekhathuni i-eRona Times ebonisa abantu bekwiindawo ngeendawo zabo bethatha inxaxheba ekulweni ubhabhane i-COVID-19.

Olu thotho lweekhathuni, oluphuhliswa yi Arts, Culture and Heritage, lujongene nokutshintsha indlela yokuziphatha kusenzelwa ukusindisa impilo yoluntu, lukwayinxalenye yophulo lwedyunivesithi iNelson Mandela elithi, #itisinyourhands no #MaskUpMandela
Ngokuziqhelanisa namanyathelo othintelo endlela efanelekileyo yokuzikhusela kule ntsholongwane, iikhathuni ezibhalwe ngeelwimi zasemzini ze zaguqulelwa kolwenkobe zibonisa iziphumo zokuziphatha kakuhle zisenzela ukukhuthaza nokufundisa uluntu.

Ezi khathuni ziya kusasazwa kumakhasi ethu onke onxibelelwano kwiinyanga ezimbalwa ezizayo, zinika amandla okuqhubeka nokwabelana ngeendlela ezikhuselekileyo zokuthintela ukusasazeka kwe- COVID-19. Ziya kufumaneka nakwi-webhusayithi yethu ye #MaskUpMandela

https://www.mandela.ac.za/News-and-Events/Coronavirus-Information/-MaskUpMandela

#MaskUpMandela

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You are cordially invited to the next History Workshop webinar https://wits.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=bb587ab73e522b8925e67bbfc&id=f4dc556af9&e=86bdac7e30 presented by Dr Vusumuzi Kumalo and Prof Benjamin Lawrance

Familiarity is the Kingdom of the Lost
by Dr Vusumuzi Kumalo and Prof Benjamin Lawrance

Abstract
Our new annotated version of Dugmore Boetie’s posthumously published novel, Familiarity is the Kingdom of the Lost https://wits.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=bb587ab73e522b8925e67bbfc&id=be7c67e52e&e=86bdac7e30 (Ohio UP, 2020), provides the audience with a fresh introduction to the work and its legacy. Drawing on archival research and interviews conducted with family, friends, and associates, the introduction offers new insights and clues on the authorship, style, audience, and genre of the work. It highlights different approaches to the text since it first appeared in print in 1969. It surveys the life of Douglas Buti, the real-life individual whose experiences appeared to be lightly fictionalized as the protagonist Duggie and focuses on his family background. Boetie (Buti’s nom de plume) makes the whole of South Africa and beyond his playground. Our introduction and notes are accompanied by a 1959 map of the Union of South Africa and Africa, as well as Sophiatown circa 1945. These maps introduce us to the historical richness of the many settings in which Boetie’s story evolves, and, thus, reflect the 'local' and national characters of the socio-political dimensions of the novel.

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Dr Vusumuzi Kumalo is a lecturer in history at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth and editor of New Contree. He completed his PhD at on the history of independent black education in the early -mid-twentieth century at Wits University. He is an author of From Plough to Entrepreneurship, A History of African Entrepreneurs in Evaton 1905-1960 (Langaa Research and Publishing, 2020).

Prof Benjamin Lawrance is a Professor of History at the University of Arizona and editor in chief of the African Studies Review. His research explores mobility, labour, and exploitation through time and space, he has published eleven books on historical and contemporary slavery, human trafficking, cuisine and globalization, human rights, refugee issues and asylum policies.

Event Date: Wednesday 9 June 2021
Time (South African Standard Time): Join meeting from 13h00. Seminar starts promptly at 13h05
Participation:
• This seminar will take place via the videoconferencing software, Zoom https://wits.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=bb587ab73e522b8925e67bbfc&id=8f290fe058&e=86bdac7e30
• Click here https://wits.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=bb587ab73e522b8925e67bbfc&id=52d9c57c8d&e=86bdac7e30 to register. You will then be sent an email with confirmation and instructions on how to join the webinar

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Reminder: Webinar on Healthy Relationships

Here is the meeting link: https://bit.ly/3uKL7nB

Reminder: Webinar on Healthy Relationships

Here is the meeting link: https://bit.ly/3uKL7nB

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Nelson Mandela University’s Convergence Fund (https://www.mandela.ac.za/convergencefund), established last year to contribute to addressing the plight of vulnerable communities adversely affected by socio-economic challenges exacerbated by the pandemic, has pledged its support to The Book Bag Project.

This project aims to provide 10 000 primary school children in the Eastern Cape, with calico sling bags designed by Mandela Uni students. The illustrations and visual style are comprised of bold, friendly, purposeful colours that embody the strong story-telling qualities used across the various visuals. In the bags two children's story/reading books and three inserts will be provided. These inserts - also designed by Media and Communication students - serve as guidelines for those who will read the books to the children.

Read the full story at: https://news.mandela.ac.za/News/Mandela-Uni-Convergence-Fund-s-Book-Bag-Project

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Formulating Creams and Lotions – A Practical Workshop

Do you want to learn how to formulate creams and lotions? Come and join us for a three-day practical course.

13 July to 15 July 2021

Formulating Creams and Lotions – A Practical Workshop

Do you want to learn how to formulate creams and lotions? Come and join us for a three-day practical course.

13 July to 15 July 2021

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#CriSHET : De-Coloniality and The Global South: Revisiting Political Engagements and Transformative Disciplinary Projects in Social Sciences

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfspOtOSGui-A7eK-t7MQfVOCCctaZStH66V6tQF2-rBX90vA/viewform

#CriSHET : De-Coloniality and The Global South: Revisiting Political Engagements and Transformative Disciplinary Projects in Social Sciences

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfspOtOSGui-A7eK-t7MQfVOCCctaZStH66V6tQF2-rBX90vA/viewform

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From Within The Chrysalis

An exhibition of work by the postgraduate Fine Arts students at the Department of Visual Arts, School of Visual and Performing Arts, Nelson Mandela University.

Exhibition Dates: 10 June - 18 July

Virtual Opening Event: 9 June, 18:00. Visit the GFI Art Gallery page to access the event.

Venue: GFI Art Gallery

List of Exhibitors:
Angel Mey, Ansu Feiertag, Darren Brecht, Erin Smith, Gloria Makochieng, Grettel Osorio, Jeanie Steyn, Jeffrey Allan, Jessica Leach, Micaela Human, Nicole Bailey, Pwavidon Mathias, Quintice Esterhuizen, Royston de Jongh, Sarah van Appel, Sisca Carelse, Tinotenda Makota, Victoria Flowers, Vuyokazi Khanya Cewu, Wandile Msipa

From Within The Chrysalis

An exhibition of work by the postgraduate Fine Arts students at the Department of Visual Arts, School of Visual and Performing Arts, Nelson Mandela University.

Exhibition Dates: 10 June - 18 July

Virtual Opening Event: 9 June, 18:00. Visit the GFI Art Gallery page to access the event.

Venue: GFI Art Gallery

List of Exhibitors:
Angel Mey, Ansu Feiertag, Darren Brecht, Erin Smith, Gloria Makochieng, Grettel Osorio, Jeanie Steyn, Jeffrey Allan, Jessica Leach, Micaela Human, Nicole Bailey, Pwavidon Mathias, Quintice Esterhuizen, Royston de Jongh, Sarah van Appel, Sisca Carelse, Tinotenda Makota, Victoria Flowers, Vuyokazi Khanya Cewu, Wandile Msipa

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#WEBINARS - The ‘unbreakable thread’: The etiology of political leadership conflicts in the ANC – implications for South Africa’s democracy

#WEBINARS - The ‘unbreakable thread’: The etiology of political leadership conflicts in the ANC – implications for South Africa’s democracy

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The journey of lifelong learning can be a rewarding experience. Not only does it expose you to the latest trends and knowledge in your field of interest and offer you the opportunity to gain the skills necessary for the competitive world of work, but it also contributes to your sense of self-worth. Apply Now!

For more information: https://postgraduate.mandela.ac.za/
To apply: https://www.mandela.ac.za/Study-at-Mandela/Application/Apply-Postgraduate

#2022MandelaUni #Postgrad2022#PGapplicationsareopen

The journey of lifelong learning can be a rewarding experience. Not only does it expose you to the latest trends and knowledge in your field of interest and offer you the opportunity to gain the skills necessary for the competitive world of work, but it also contributes to your sense of self-worth. Apply Now!

For more information: https://postgraduate.mandela.ac.za/
To apply: https://www.mandela.ac.za/Study-at-Mandela/Application/Apply-Postgraduate

#2022MandelaUni #Postgrad2022#PGapplicationsareopen

About Us

Nelson Mandela University (George Campus) is situated on the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains in the picturesque town of George in the Southern Cape. The George Campus aims to become a world-class knowledge catalyst for the green economy and a more sustainable future, and plan to realise this through cutting edge research and engagement, quality teaching and learning; as well as competitive innovation and entrepreneurship. With brand new gym facilities, swimming pool, rugby stadium; football and cricket fields, tennis and squash courts, mountain bike and hiking trails; and many other sports facilities all at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains, Nelson Mandela University George Campus is a haven for any sport enthusiast. The campus has beautiful residence facilities and offers and array of different programmes.

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Website: http://georgecampus.mandela.ac.za/

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Nelson Mandela University offers an extensive range of internationally recognised certificates, diplomas and degrees up to doctoral level to match students’ academic interests and career aspirations. Courses are offered in the Faculties of Arts, Business & Economic Sciences, Education, Engineering; the Built Environment & Information Technology, Health Sciences, Law and Science.

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