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Die heiligheid van die Sabbat
Sermon held at Potchefstroom entitled, "The holiness of the Sabbath".
Stellenbosch University assumes custodianship of an historic South African flag : address
Address at the event of Stellenbosch University assuming custodianship of an historic South African flag, 27 September 2010. The flag dates from the inauguration of Nelson Mandela as president, 10 May 1994.
The doors of learning and culture shall be opened : perspectives on changing institutional culture
Speech by Rector and Vice-Chancellor, Stellenbosch University, on occasion of the conference on changing institutional culture held on 30 May 2008.
Paul Roos Gimnasium se jaarlikse gala-aand vir akademiese presteerders : toespraak
Address at Paul Roos Gymnasium annual gala event for academic achievers, 4 March 2010.
Student housing African summit : opening address
Opening address delivered at the Student Housing African Summit, 30 May to 03 June 2010, with the theme "Re-creating Futures".
Stellenbosch Symposium on Evidence-to-Action in Disability : address
Address at the Stellenbosch Symposium on Evidence-to-Action in Disability (SSEAD), 27 November 2007, MRC Conference Centre, Parow Valley.
Verwelkoming van nuwelingstudente en hul ouers
Welcoming new students and their parents, Stellenbosch University, 26 January 2012.
Launch dinner of the Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert Institute for Student Leadership Development
Keynote address by Professor H Russel Botman, SU Rector and Vice-Chancellor, at launch dinner of the Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert Institute for Student Leadership Development, 29 March 2011.
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.
Faculty of Military Science function : remarks
Remarks at the graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Military Science and farewell to Lindile Yam, 7 December 2011.