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Opportunity to Win Performing Arts Scholarships

The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) invites the youth (younger than 25 years) to register for the ACT | DALRO | Nedbank Performing Arts Scholarships 2011. Two performing arts scholarships to the value of R105 000 each are up for grabs. Participants are required to demonstrate competence in acting, singing and dancing with exceptional talent in at least one of the disciplines. The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) invites the youth (younger than 25 years) to register for the ACT | DALRO | Nedbank Performing Arts Scholarships 2011.

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Most of SA's Children in Poverty

Johannesburg - Two thirds of children in South Africa are still living in poverty, a Human Rights Commission workshop on children's rights heard on Thursday.

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SA's first mobile TV service

On 23 November MultiChoice South Africa, owner of the DStv bouquet of satellite pay-TV channels, launched South Africa’s first ever mobile TV service, as well as Drifta, a mini decoder that allows subscribers to access the service on iPads, iPhones, iPod Touch units, laptops and PCs. The launch of DStv Mobile TV has been a long time coming as MultiChoice first embarked on the mobile TV path in 2005. On 23 November MultiChoice South Africa, owner of the DStv bouquet of satellite pay-TV channels, launched South Africa’s first ever mobile TV service, as well as Drifta, a mini decoder that allows subscribers to access the service on iPads, iPhones, iPod Touch units, laptops and PCs.

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Theory in Learning Technology

Center for Educationl Technology LogoThese papers on theory in digitally-mediated environments is to investigate and develop the conceptualisation of theory in the field of learning technology. Theory can be contrasted with practice and is often associated with particular forms of research given value by higher education institutions.

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The R2K Silent March in Gauteng on 19 October 2010

RigRight2Know logoht to Know Campaign (R2K) in Gauteng will be embarking on a silent march on the 19 October 2010 to voice its objections to the Protection of Information Bill (Bill) that is currently before Parliament and the subject of considerable public debate. The  march will also commemorate, Black Wednesday - 19 October 1977.

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