Archive | February, 2014
Hans Roosenschoon Music Foundation Composition Scholarship2s

Hans Roosenschoon scholarships awarded to two gifted composers

Two scholarships of R25 000 each were recently awarded to two gifted undergraduate and postgraduate music students specialising in composition. The first Hans Roosenschoon Music Foundation Composition Scholarships were awarded to Roché van Tiddens and Lise Morrison this year. Roché, who is an undergraduate student, passed his third year of BMus (Composition) with six distinctions, […]

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Your vote does count-WEBPHOTO

Your vote DOES count

With a final round of election registration scheduled for 8 and 9 February, political scientists at Stellenbosch University (SU) and non-governmental organisations are encouraging citizens, especially the youth, to register for the upcoming elections. “Your vote does count,” says Dr Nicola de Jager from the Political Science Department. “The proportional representation system applied by South […]

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