Stellenbosch University is helping the children of Paternoster to get a firm foothold on their future. Kinderkinetics is the key to that, writes JOAN KRUGER.
Stellenbosch is becoming the scene of a uniquely South African art response to the COVID-19 pandemic, providing much-needed support to the community and to students who fall into the “missing middle” category.
Intensive-care specialists at Tygerberg Hospital have taken inspiration from abroad and created a ‘colleague’ helping them do ward rounds on Covid-19 patients.
Chanté Daniels attended her first ballet class in nappies, long before she could walk. Since then, Chanté Daniels has danced her way into the Cape Town City Ballet thanks to rigorous training by her mom, Ethne, a full-time ballet teacher in Ida’s Valley.
Thousands of newcomer students at Stellenbosch University are putting the final touches to their performances – including some impressive dance moves – for the annual ‘Vensters’ (Windows) street theatre event tonight.
For oenology students at Elsenburg, a tour of the wine-producing regions of France spent learning about the foundations of their prospective craft comes as a fitting end to their years of study. Lorraine Geldenhuys joined them on their journey of discovery.
Top medical student awarded coveted Chancellor’s Medal, passed every year of her study with distinction, and obtained distinctions in every one of the 11 domains of the final-year examinations.
A new, world-class aquatic centre is set to go some way towards alleviating a very real problem for the school, its the end of an era at North Star Fisheries and Marius Schoeman remains humble despite his accomplishments. Eikestadnuus editor Danie Keet weighs in with the latest from Stellenbosch and the Winelands.
Stellenbosch University (SU) is proud to announce that three of its academics have been named Highly Cited Researchers, according to the Highly Cited Researchers 2019 list from the Web of Science Group, released earlier this week.