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Stellenbosch Forum : verwelkoming en inleiding
Introductory remarks at Stellenbosch Forum, 20 October 2011, preceding an address by Prof Pieter Coertzen.
Verwelkoming van nuwelingstudente en hul ouers
Welcoming new students and their parents, Stellenbosch University, 26 January 2012.
Collaboration across continents in the field of research and higher education : a day of dialogue
Remarks on Higher Education in Africa by Prof Russel Botman, Rector and Vice-Chancellor, Stellenbosch University, and a Vice-President of the Association of African Universities.
Employability in a developmental context for a just dispensation
Paper delivered at Session 1C, Linking Higher Education with the Labour Market, of UNESCO-China- Africa University Leaders Meeting on Higher Education and Society, dealing with Graduates’ Employability, Paris, 24-25 October 2011.
Mededelings aan die Konvokasie van die Universiteit Stellenbosch
Remarks by the Rector of Stellenbosch University to the Convocation regarding the language policy at the university, HB Thom Theatre, 10 November 2011.
New voices in science : welcoming remarks
Welcoming remarks at a Stellenbosch University PhD Colloquium, 2 December 2011.
’n Nuwe era : fasiliteite & mobiliteit vir ’n 21ste eeuse universiteit
Presentation and slides presented to Stellenbosch University staff regarding the sustainable redevelopment of campus, 27 February 2012.
The role of universities in the development of Africa
Paper presented at ETH Zurich (the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) on 22 May 2013. Focusing on how universities have a key role to play in taking the development of Africa forward.
Universiteit Stellenbosch langdienstoekennings : opmerkings
Remarks at a Stellenbosch University long service awards ceremony for staff, 5 October 2011.
Health-promoting schools : evidence, strategies, challenges and prospects : opening address
Opening address at an international colloquium organised by the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia.