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Université de Pretoria

PretoriaEtudes urbaines Affaires Sciences Vétérinaires

L'université de Pretoria (en afrikaans : Universiteit van Pretoria) est une des plus importantes universités d'Afrique du Sud, située dans la province du Gauteng. Elle accueille environ 38 500 étudiants. Université exclusivement de langue afrikaans, elle s'est ouverte depuis 1994 aux autres langues.
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Sol Plaatje University

KimberleyManagementArchéologieArchitectureLangues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques

The Sol Plaatje University, which had provisionally been referred to as the University of the Northern Cape, is planned to open in Kimberley, South Africa, in 2014, accommodating a modest initial intake of 135 students. The student complement is expected to increase gradually towards a target of 7 500 students by 2024. Launched in a ceremony in Kimberley on 19 September 2013, it had been formally established as a public university in terms of Section 20 of the Higher Education Act of 1997, by way of Government Notice 630, dated 22 August 2013. Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, observed at the launch that this “is the first new university (in South Africa) to be launched since 1994 and as such is a powerful symbol of the country’s democracy, inclusiveness, and growth. It represents a new order of African intellect, with a firm focus on innovation and excellence." Previously announcing the name for the university, on 25 July 2013, President Jacob Zuma mentioned the development of academic niche areas that did not exist elsewhere, or were under-represented, in South Africa. "Given the rich heritage of Kimberley and the Northern Cape in general," Zuma said, "it is envisaged that Sol Plaatje will specialise in heritage studies, including interconnected academic fields such as museum management, archaeology, indigenous languages, and restoration architecture."

Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje, 1876-1932, after whom the university is named: intellectual, journalist, linguist, politician, translator, writer

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