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DATE: Saturday , 21st OCTOBER 2017
TIME: 09h00 - 13h00
VENUE: MTB. Room to be announced shortly.
The Saturday school is organised as a means to do revision of the GEST 202 course. There will be a host of activities in three rooms, which includes a writing workshop, exam preparation, and a session on women and the media. The programme will not host simultaneous events but events in succession; students and staff are welcome to attend all events
For Further information contact:
Prof. Rozena Maart
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