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2014 SARIMA Conference

The Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association is hosting the 2014 SARIMA Conference 6-10 July 2014 Gaberone International Convention Centre, Botswana

2016 International Rangeland Congress

The 10th International Rangeland Congress will be held in Saskatoon, Canada in 2016. This is the first time the IRC has been held in North America in 20 years, and is an excellent opportunity to interact with rangeland ecologists from around the world.

2nd Annual African Women in STEM

In a generation that advocates gender equality and promotes education amongst girls, the statistics of women entering the STEM field are appalling. STEM plays a key role in economic and social development of Africa and according to statistics below 10% of women account for the demographic of STEM fields. This unique gathering seeks to explore the causes behind the gross under representation of Women in STEM, combat the issues that are faced and encourage more women to take advantage of these critical areas of opportunity.

49th Annual GSSA Congress - First Notice

49th Annual GSSA Congress Advancing Rangeland Ecology and Pasture Management in Africa Incorporating the Fifth Research Skills Workshop and a Short Course on Fire Management in South Africa – Policy and Practice with a Practical Field Demonstration plus a Post Congress Tour

Advanced Research Methodology Seminar
Mar 24, 2014 08:00 AM to Mar 26, 2014 05:00 PM Focus Rooms Sunninghill, Sandton JHB,

Over the years ,the expectation for publishing research papers has increased significantly in academia, in professional communities and in science and technology disciplines worldwide. With this in mind Amabhubesi Conferencing & Training in conjunction with Prof HJ Kamaruzaman from the University of Putra Malaysia & Dr. Jagannathan from The Middle East University are proud to present to you a three day Seminar on Advanced Research Methodology.

AfriCORR 2014 African Corrosion Congress

The inaugural African Corrosion Congress provides a forum for African and International researchers and industrial practitioners in the field of corrosion to explore African corrosion challenges and develop African solutions thereto. Hosted by the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa, AfriCORR provides a welcome arena for interested parties to gather together to share, discuss and learn from each other as we endeavour to combat corrosion throughout the continent.

Annual General Meeting

Members of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa may login to the website and view the content of the Annual General Meeting (minutes). Contact the Administrator (Contact Details) for your logon details or visit the Membership Information page to join the Society.

De Rust's Second Eco Festival
Jun 12, 2013 09:55 PM to Jun 15, 2013 09:55 PM

The festival starts on Thursday 12 September when expert guest speakers such as Professor Erik Holm, Adriaan van Niekerk and Sue Milton discuss among other things, bees, water quality, irrigation and vegetation. On Friday 13 and Saturday 14 September there will be excursions to identify birds. During these two days there will be field trips to the farm of Meiringspoort Joel Immelman and De Rust koppie. The excursions will known Oudtshoorn botanists Jan Vlok, Annelise Schutte-Vlok, Eric Holm and Louis Jordan. Nature photographer Judd Kirkel will also at the festival. Friday evening, RSG's Hennie Maas, will host an Astronomy session on the farm Numbi Valley. On Saturday afternoon, Professor Gerard Germs, will host a geology tour at Meiringspoort Waterfall. A variety of other readings are also offered, including water-wise gardens by Ernst van Heerden, insects by Professor Erik Holm and scale gas development (also known as fracking) by Jollyn Minnaar. The first festival in September 2012 initiated by former Ruster Dr. Suzanne Delport, currently a pediatrician in Pretoria. The mission of the festival is to draw attention to the Little Karoo three biomes, namely succulent, subtropical forest (thicket) to establish and fynbos. The organizers hope to raise awareness of the region's unique wealth of fauna and flora to achieve, as well as a celebration of conservation awareness to develop. The festival concludes on Sunday morning in the local Dutch Reformed Church, which Vlakteplaas school choir will perform. Those interested can visit the website Full programme available on the website, as well as other contact details. Programme attached for your convenience. For bookings for the field trips, visit to De Rust Koppie, lectures & astronomy session, contact Gwen at For accommodation visit the website For more information please contact Brende at 082 3595 051

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