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AllAfrica.com
How We Used the Earth's Magnetic Field to Date Rocks Rich in Dinosaur Fossilsand orientating them, using a special compass in the field. Thereafter samples
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
and orientating them, using a special compass in the field. Thereafter samples were processed in the Paleomag Lab at the University of Johannesburg to recover their unique geomagnetic polarity history. By doing this, we could build a composite... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Is Business Trumping Peace Efforts in Libya?from the war in Libya. Earlier this month, during a discussion in Pretoria on
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
from the war in Libya. Earlier this month, during a discussion in Pretoria on the EU-AU relationship, organised by the University of Johannesburg, the question of Libya was raised. A high-ranking South African official told the European... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
What Happens When President Zuma, a Chess Player Misses the Plot?consultant. He has worked for Forbes Africa, CNBC Africa and African Democratic
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consultant. He has worked for Forbes Africa, CNBC Africa and African Democratic Institute among others. He is currently completing his PhD with the University of Johannesburg. These are his views and he can be contacted at: trust.matsilele@gmai... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[ANALYSIS] Corruption in South Africa, just how bad is it?wreaked by state capture and poor policy development and execution. Steven Fri
Eye Witness News / Posted 14 hours ago
wreaked by state capture and poor policy development and execution. Steven Friedman is a professor of political studies, University of Johannesburg. This is part of a series called Face-to-face that The Conversation Africa is running in which... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
University of Johannesburg Makes Strides in Closing Gender Gap Among AcademicsThe University of Johannesburg still has a long way to go in addressing its rac
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
The University of Johannesburg still has a long way to go in addressing its racial makeup to more accurately reflect the population of South Africa, but it has made significant strides in improving gender imbalances among its academics. This was... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Construction methods, building material questioned in wake of storm damagehospitals to make sure they can withstand strong winds floods and even tornados
Eye Witness News / Posted 4 days ago
hospitals to make sure they can withstand strong winds floods and even tornados. Structural engineering lecturer at the University of Johannesburg Jeffrey Mahachi says that sub-standard building material and improper design are the main reasons... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
No ANC Leader Will Emerge Without Signing a Pact With the Devil - Makhosi Khozaon public service, Dr Makhosi Khoza, on Tuesday night. Khoza was delivering th
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
on public service, Dr Makhosi Khoza, on Tuesday night. Khoza was delivering the 11th Annual Helen Joseph lecture at the University of Johannesburg. The lecture was entitled A Cry for Leadership: Social Cohesion, Reconciliation and Prosperity... Read more
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iafrica.com
Sisulu picks Ramaphosa as potential VPfor Cyril Ramaphosa should she be successful in being selected to lead the part
iafrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
for Cyril Ramaphosa should she be successful in being selected to lead the party come December. Sisulu was speaking at the University of Johannesburg where she delivered the OR Tambo lecture and explained that, although she has not made decisions... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Sisulu picks Ramaphosa as potential VPfor Cyril Ramaphosa should she be successful in being selected to lead the part
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 5 days ago
for Cyril Ramaphosa should she be successful in being selected to lead the party come December. Sisulu was speaking at the University of Johannesburg where she delivered the OR Tambo lecture and explained that, although she has not made decisions... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Khoza not going to form political party yetand I am consulting‚” she told reporters on Tuesday evening after presenting th
Daily Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
and I am consulting‚” she told reporters on Tuesday evening after presenting the Helen Joseph Memorial Lecture at the University of Johannesburg. On Sunday‚ Khoza hinted at her political future when she canvassed her followers on social media... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
For the ANC to Learn, It Must First Die and Then 'Resurrect Like Jesus' - Makhosi Khozaself-correct, they say they are like the ocean," said Khoza, who was delivering
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
self-correct, they say they are like the ocean," said Khoza, who was delivering the 11th Annual Helen Joseph lecture at the University of Johannesburg. Khoza said she had agreed with former President Kgalema Motlanthe who said in a recent interview... Read more
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Eye Witness News
ANC presidential hopeful Sisulu picks Ramaphosa as deputy Lindiwe Sisulu delivered the OR Tambo lecture at the University of Johannesbu
Eye Witness News / Posted 5 days ago
Lindiwe Sisulu delivered the OR Tambo lecture at the University of Johannesburg on Tuesday night. ANC presidential hopeful Lindiwe Sisulu speaks at the Radio 702 Town Hall. Picture:... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
For the ANC to learn, it must first die and then 'resurrect like Jesus' - Makhosi Khozaself-correct, they say they are like the ocean,” said Khoza, who was delivering
News 24 South Africa / Posted 5 days ago
self-correct, they say they are like the ocean,” said Khoza, who was delivering the 11th Annual Helen Joseph lecture at the University of Johannesburg. Khoza said she had agreed with former President Kgalema Motlanthe who said in a recent interview... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Khoza says ANC has replaced moral conscience with patronage politics‚ corruptionmoral conscience with patronage politics and corruption Picture: FILE Addressi
Daily Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
moral conscience with patronage politics and corruption Picture: FILE Addressing the Helen Joseph Memorial Lecture at the University of Johannesburg‚ Khoza sausage disintegration of the ANC was bound to happen. “Moral and ethical objectivity‚... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
No ANC leader will emerge without signing a pact with the devil – Makhosi Khozaon public service, Dr Makhosi Khoza, on Tuesday night. Khoza was delivering th
News 24 South Africa / Posted 6 days ago
on public service, Dr Makhosi Khoza, on Tuesday night. Khoza was delivering the 11th Annual Helen Joseph lecture at the University of Johannesburg. The lecture was entitled A Cry for Leadership: Social Cohesion, Reconciliation and Prosperity... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
University of Johannesburg Retains Kings of Rugby 7s CrownThe University of Johannesburg (UJ) comfortably retained the Kings of Rugby Sev
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
The University of Johannesburg (UJ) comfortably retained the Kings of Rugby Sevens title after beating United States International University (USIU) 36-14 in the final at Maseno University on Sunday. Fransisco De Rout put the South African outfit... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Universities initiate talks on 2018 fee increasesdecision will be taken by council at its meeting in November,” Viljoen said. H
News 24 South Africa / Posted 8 days ago
decision will be taken by council at its meeting in November,” Viljoen said. Herman Esterhuizen, spokesperson for the University of Johannesburg (UJ) said that, while waiting for Zuma’s pronouncements on no-fee higher education, the university... Read more
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The Washington Times
South Africa’s ANC divisions threaten partyall of the time, analysts say. “The ANC, from the day it was founded, sought t
The Washington Times / Posted 11 days ago
all of the time, analysts say. “The ANC, from the day it was founded, sought to appease a wide array of interests,” said University of Johannesburg political scientist Kwandiwe Kondlo. “These contradictions are starting to boil over and haunt the... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Anti-trafficking march: Lobby group to raise awareness on EL streetsanti-human trafficking group A21 will embark on an anti-trafficking march in Ea
Daily Dispatch / Posted 11 days ago
anti-human trafficking group A21 will embark on an anti-trafficking march in East London on October 14. A study by the University of Johannesburg on human trafficking a year ago found that 49% of the victims were aged between 19 and 25 – most... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Township Technology Takes Centre StageStella Ndabeni Abrahams, Lorien Gamaroff - Chief Executive Officer of Banky Moo
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
Stella Ndabeni Abrahams, Lorien Gamaroff - Chief Executive Officer of Banky Moon, Dr Erika Kraemer - Mbula Professor at the University of Johannesburg, Cambridge Mokanyane - CEO of VS Gaming and Mr Warren Hero - Chief Technical Officer of Microsoft... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
2,000-Old Remains of Stone Age Child to 'Rewrite Human History'previously thought," said Uppsala University population geneticist Mattias Jako
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
previously thought," said Uppsala University population geneticist Mattias Jakobsson. Jakobsson headed the project with University of Johannesburg Stone Age archaeology professor, Marlize Lombard. Geneticists from the Swedish University and the... Read more
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Eye Witness News
UJ study reveals modern humans emerged earlier than previously thoughtduring the 1960s, helped to rewrite human history. Marlize Lombard, Professor
Eye Witness News / Posted 14 days ago
during the 1960s, helped to rewrite human history. Marlize Lombard, Professor of Stone Age archaeology at the University of Johannesburg, initiated collaboration with geneticists from Uppsala University in Sweden and the University of... Read more
17d
The Scientist
Human Species May Be Much Older Than Previously Thoughttogether to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary past,” another of
The Scientist / Posted 17 days ago
together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary past,” another of the study’s authors, Marlize Lombard of the University of Johannesburg, tells Reuters. Demographic model of African history and estimated divergences. Vertical colored... Read more
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Canberra Times
Homo sapiens are 150,000 years older than previously thought, study findshuman DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary pa
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
human DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary past," said study co-leader Marlize Lombard, a University of Johannesburg professor of Stone Age archaeology. The Morocco findings reported in June by other researchers... Read more
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WA Today
Homo sapiens are 150,000 years older than previously thought, study findshuman DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary pa
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
human DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary past," said study co-leader Marlize Lombard, a University of Johannesburg professor of Stone Age archaeology. The Morocco findings reported in June by other researchers... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
R200K graduate: Companies step in to help unemployed mining alumnusLekomanyane is the first in his family to go to university. He completed his B
Daily Dispatch / Posted 17 days ago
Lekomanyane is the first in his family to go to university. He completed his B Tech in mining engineering at the University of Johannesburg in 2015. The 26-year-old from Ermelo in Mpumalanga has been contacted by three companies in the... Read more
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The Age
Homo sapiens are 150,000 years older than previously thought, study findshuman DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary pa
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
human DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary past," said study co-leader Marlize Lombard, a University of Johannesburg professor of Stone Age archaeology. The Morocco findings reported in June by other researchers... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Homo sapiens are 150,000 years older than previously thought, study findshuman DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary pa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
human DNA come together to highlight interesting periods in our evolutionary past," said study co-leader Marlize Lombard, a University of Johannesburg professor of Stone Age archaeology. The Morocco findings reported in June by other researchers... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Fracking Flop - Karoo Gas Estimates 'Overcooked' in More Ways Than Onein the latest issue of the SA Journal of Science. Prof Michiel de Kock, the st
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
in the latest issue of the SA Journal of Science. Prof Michiel de Kock, the study's lead author and head of geology at the University of Johannesburg, said the United States Department of Energy published a report in 2011, estimating the Karoo... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[ANALYSIS] Here’s why SA’s online shoppers keep coming back for moreestablishing industry differences or similarities by focusing on retailing with
Eye Witness News / Posted 19 days ago
establishing industry differences or similarities by focusing on retailing within a single or a few industries. Mercy Mpinganjira is a professor and director at the School of Consumer Intelligence and Information Systems, University of Johannesb... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nobel Prize Winning Author Joins University of JohannesburgThe University of Johannesburg (UJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of t
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of the first African recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Prof Wole Soyinka , who has joined UJ as a Distinguished Visiting Professor in the University's Faculty of... Read more
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Eye Witness News
2 senior UJ officials to face court over fraud chargesofficials will now have to answer to the courts after investigations found they
Eye Witness News / Posted 22 days ago
officials will now have to answer to the courts after investigations found they defrauded and mislead the university. University of Johannesburg logo. Picture: Kgothatso Mogale/EWN. JOHANNESBURG - Two senior managers at the University of... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Missoulian
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Missoulian / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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The World
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
The World / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
The Times and Democrat / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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The Sentinel
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
The Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Santa Maria Times / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Sioux City Journal / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Daily Herald
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South AfricaSoyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes
Daily Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. In this Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 photo, Nigerian playwright and author Wole Soyinka, speaks during... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Rapid City Journal / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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The Middletown Press
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South AfricaWole Soyinka says being a traveling teacher has become "a way of life" as he ta
The Middletown Press / Posted 23 days ago
Wole Soyinka says being a traveling teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. The 83-year-old Nigerian playwright and author told students and journalists at the South... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South Africaspeaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 23 days ago
speaks during a media conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nobel laureate Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Themba Ha... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South AfricaWole Soyinka says being a traveling teacher has become "a way of life" as he ta
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 23 days ago
Wole Soyinka says being a traveling teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. The 83-year-old Nigerian playwright and author told students and journalists at the South... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South AfricaWole Soyinka says being a traveling teacher has become "a way of life" as he ta
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 23 days ago
Wole Soyinka says being a traveling teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. The 83-year-old Nigerian playwright and author told students and journalists at the South... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
On the road: Nobel laureate Soyinka to teach in South AfricaWole Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he t
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 23 days ago
Wole Soyinka says being an itinerant teacher has become "a way of life" as he takes up a post as visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg. The 83-year-old Nigerian playwright and author told students and journalists at the South... Read more
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