Roger Hunter

Roger Hunter

Are International Conferences Getting Any Better? A Bit - Thanks to Some Sparky New Tech | Exploring...

Alan Hirsch from the University of Cape Town gave a balanced overview of what has/hasn’t been achieved since the end of apartheid and wondered why ‘reconciliation has not led to social cohesion’. Trinh Cong Khang of Vietnam’s Ethnic Minority Policy Department described how the government ...

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New lotion to replace showers | kplr11.com

University of Cape Town - “The special formula will cover the whole body with the cleansing gel, which will use the vigorous rubbing to lift the dirt off the skin,” explains Ludwick Marishane, the inventor of DryBath and founder of Headboy Industries. The 23-year-old entrepreneur came up with his revolutionary ...

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BBC News - Can democracy deliver for Africa?

University of Cape Town - Wallace Chuma, a former Zimbabwean newspaper editor and now an academic at the University of Cape Town, says there is a familiar pattern of former liberation movements in government. "They failed to tolerate internal processes of democracy. I think they have become hostage to their own ...

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Who leads the race equality agenda in HE? | People With Voices

University of Cape Town - Why would they want anything to change?” Martin Hall, Vice Chancellor at the University of Salford has a perspective on race equality strongly influenced by six years spent working in South Africa as Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Cape Town. He sees racial stereotyping as ...

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Statins: Millions of healthy Britons are set to be prescribed them, but why do many GPs say they won...

University of Cape Town - ‘Statins are useful drugs if you have had a heart attack,’ says Dr Chand, ‘but the only ones to benefit from giving them to millions more healthy people at low risk will be the drug companies.’ Timothy Noakes, professor of exercise and sports science at the University of Cape Town, South ...

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Dirty Deeds, Done Dirt Cheap | Lerners LLP - JDSupra

University of Cape Town - ... src="http://www.jdsupra.com/post/documentViewerEmbed.aspx?fid=104f51be-2e15-4207-9ec8-09496745e6d3"> A young entrepreneur named Ludwick Marishane has invented the world's first waterless bath...

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Platinum rides on the weak rand | Business | Mail & Guardian

University of Cape Town - "Given the state of the sector, the weak rand is a welcome boost," said Nic Norman-Smith, the chief investment officer of Lentus Asset Management. "Over the long term, the prospect for platinum is positive. Valuations [for the sector] are still very attractive. " The FTSE/JSE platinum ...

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Politics of South African toilets and a dirty trick : Blogs-africareview.com

University of Cape Town - Africa Check thinks otherwise in an analysis by Tom Moultrie. He is an associate professor of demography at the University of Cape Town. Mail ...

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allAfrica.com: South Africa: Africa Check - ANC Billboard's Sanitation Claim Is False

Africa Check asked Tom Moultrie, an associate professor of demography at the University of Cape Town and director of the Centre for Actuarial Research, to crunch the numbers. By defining access to sanitation as having access to a flush toilet or chemical toilet and using census data from ...

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Varsity equity study torn to pieces - KwaZulu-Natal | IOL News | IOL.co.za

University of Cape Town - But, in their critique, actuarial scientists Tom Moultrie and Rob Dorrington, professors at the University of Cape Town, argue that the index is “poorly conceived, applied and interpreted” and branded the study as being of “questionable mission”. On Thursday, Moultrie reiterated ...

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