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technikon

South African a technical college
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At Cape Technikon, Light was chairperson of the Building and Architecture Department's Students Committee and served as the department's representative to the Students Representative Council.
In 1997, unhappy with the standard of quality of her dressmaking, she decided to hone her skills by studying fashion designing at Natal Technikon.
However, the leaders of all of Cape Town's faith communities supported the gathering on the campus of the Cape Technikon tertiary institution, at the foot of the world-famous Table Mountain, and at various venues in the city centre and suburbs.
Technikon North Gauteng (South Africa) is a new academic associate member, and Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
As the Rector of Peninsula Technikon in the Western Cape, I felt it was important to show the students that unjust laws had to be broken.
in February a one-day conference, spearheaded by Pretoria Technikon Dance Department director Vicki Karras, will be held on the health of the dancer.
The ordering principles of the new building are clearly defined, suggesting links with historical models such as Jefferson's campus at the University of Virginia, La Tourette by Le Corbusier, or local Natal examples such as the nineteenth-century monastery at Marianhill and Hallen Theron & Partners' earlier Mangosuthu Technikon, completed in 1978.
There are, at present, over 1,600 students enrolled at the Technikon.
He has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Technikon Natal, South Africa.
Nianell studied Light Music at the Pretoria Technikon in South Africa and later taught music at a primary school for about two years before starting a career in the music industry.
The CERP Program was overseen under contract by the private research firm Technikon LLC, McClellan, Calif.
The group, which will include council leader Cllr Nick Nolan and Coventry University vice-chancellor Mike Goldstein, will attend the first international conference on higher education and economic regeneration which is being funded by the European Union at the Peninsula Technikon, in Cape Town.