ACDB Snag Bronze at the Eco-Logic Awards 2018

ACDB Snag Bronze at the Eco-Logic Awards 2018

The Eco-Logic Awards identify individuals, organisations and communities that positively contribute towards a sustainable world – and encourage consumers to support them by purchasing their products and services. The Enviropaedia established the Annual Eco-Logic Awards in 2011. These Awards have since grown into South Africa’s most glamorously green eco-calendar event, receiving extensive TV, radio, print media and online coverage. Each year, they invite individuals and organisations to submit their eco-logical products, services, projects or initiatives under 13 environmental categories to be evaluated  by a panel of highly respected and environmentally aware judges. Finalists are invited to join an exclusive group of Green VIPs and thought leaders at the annual Eco-Logic Awards Gala event.…

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Third Year Botany Excursion 2017: A Review

Third Year Botany Excursion 2017: A Review

The 2017 third year botany excursion has sadly come to an end. Since leaving fair Cape Town, our Super Botanists have taken the time to reflect on their experiences over the four days away. Each group has written a short review of their most memorable moments while on this excursion, which are now being shared with you, our readers. Please feel free to post comments – and don’t forget to visit our daily photo galleries… Group One Motseoa Lepatsi, Khanyisile Mahlangu, Nompomlelo Makhubo, Duduzile Marengwa, Dimakatso Mazwi, Reabetsoe Molia, Unarine Raphulu and team leader, Didi Lekganyane The third-year botany excursion was a wonderful, educational experience.…

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Dorcas Lekganyane Wins the WISA DST Fellowship Master’s Degree Award

Dorcas Lekganyane Wins the WISA DST Fellowship Master’s Degree Award

The Department of Science and Technology recently hosted its annual Women in Science Awards (WISA) in Sandton, Johannesburg. Hosted by Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, the awards honored emerging scientists, established scientists and students. The event was held under the theme, “women’s empowerment in the changing world of work”. Minister Pandor said WISA has become an important feature of our celebration of Women’s month. “It builds on the fanfare and the excitement generated by another significant event in the scientific calendar of our country, namely, the National Science Week (NSW), held in the first week of August. It builds a momentum that grows stronger each year,” said the Minister.…

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