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Secretary-General’s message on Africa Day – 25 May 2016

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Mark Garten

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Mark Garten

Africa Day 2016 is being celebrated in furtherance of the African Union’s theme for this year: “Human Rights with a Particular Focus on the Rights of Women”.  This demonstrates the commitment of Africa’s leaders to place women – as key drivers and enablers – at the front and centre of all efforts to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the African Union’s Agenda 2063.

Both frameworks share similar strategic principles, with a focus on people, prosperity, environmental sustainability, justice, human rights and mutually accountable partnerships.  The alignment between the global and the continental agendas calls for a harmonized approach in planning, implementation and monitoring.
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UNIC PRESENTS THE 17 SDGs AT THE ARLC GA-RANKUWA CAMPUS MOTIVATIONAL SERIES

Mrs Evelyn Sekhukhune,Mr Osten Chulu and Mr Koketso Motsoene speakers of the event

Mrs Evelyn Sekhukhune,Mr Osten Chulu and Mr Koketso Motsoene speakers of the event

For three years now, the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) GA-RANKUWA  campus in collaboration with the Accomodation Residence Life and Catering (ARLC) Ga-Rankuwa Campus have been hosting motivational series in an attempt to empower and educate students about various aspects of life. This year, the motivational series took place on 14 April in Ga-Rankuwa at the Aula Hall where many students, staff and guests gathered under the theme: “It is possible”

Mr K S Ledwaba, Head of the Department (HOD) of Accomodation, Residence, Life and Catering at the TUT Ga-Rankuwa Campus welcomed guests and highlighted the purpose of the programme. Continue reading

International Holocaust Remembrance Day – January 27, 2016

Holocaust222UN in South Activities

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is a global memorial day on 27 January in honour of the victims of the genocide  in which an estimated 6 million Jews and others were killed by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. The International Holocaust Remembrance Day was designated by the United Nations General Assembly on 1 November 2005.

The event is commemorated annually by the UN. This year, a number of activities in Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town are planned to mark the day. Continue reading