The moringa tree, also referred to as “The Miracle Tree” or “Tree of Life.”
Known for it’s health benefits, the Moringa tree has become popular as various products have been introduced into the market.
Looking at the popularity of products made from Moringa, the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) shared in acknowledging how greatly this tree has contributed towards improving health.
The International Symposium on Moringa, organized by the International Society for Horticultural Science was held at the CSIR International Convention Centre in Pretoria.
Under the theme “the power of moringa in solving global challenges“, and with discussions on topics like the power of moringa in nutrition health, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, food security, agro-processing, fuel and energy, and many other benefits.
#MakeMoneyMoves with GK’s financial literacy workshop
Poor money management hinders success, however the right advice and knowledge about how to manage your money wisely guarantees better financial decisions.
Golden key UJ will be hosting a financial literacy workshop with guest speaker Zabatwa Msimang from the Vuka Mngani foundation.
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Recognising trailblazers in academics, leadership and service
Within academics, service or leadership there are always those who will be recognised as trailblazers. These individual’s work and efforts have set them apart, putting them at the forefront of conversations within their respective fields.
Golden key UJ constantly creates platforms that ensure that we recognise , celebrate and join these conversations.
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Students panic as UCT becomes engulfed in fire
Students at the University of Cape Town were evacuated to safety on Sunday Afternoon as fire broke into the university premises.
In the meantime the University has cancelled all campus activities including classes, tutorials, laboratory work and tests.
On Sunday Evening the UCT released a statement, saying that all University activities will be canccelled on Monday and Tuesday.
“No classes, tutorials, laboratory work or tests will take place on Monday, 19 April or Tuesday, 20 April. We will assess the situation and provide further updates before midday on Tuesday,” they said.
“The safety of students and staff is paramount. For safety reasons, campus will be locked down and no one, other than emergency services, will be allowed access. We are all anxious about the extent of the damage to the Rondebosch campus. We will provide updates as soon as we are able to do so.”