LIFELONGLEARNING ARE HOSTING A PUBLIC EVENT: MARCH 23rd 6-8pm (1) DR MANUEL WILL, ARCHAEOLOGIST (University of Tubingen, Germany, and University of Cambridge, UK) on Sibudu – why should it be a UNESCO World Heritage Site (2) SLIDE SHOW featuring the lively attractions found in open air museums in Europe presented by Charlotte Mbali.
VENUE: THE GREEN DOOR, 298 Cato Rd, Upper Glenwood (off Alan Paton Rd} FEE: R60 for pre-booking & pre-paid. R60 for members of LLLkzn or Friends of Sibudu, R80 at the door. FREE for full-time students BOOKING is by e-mail [email protected] or phone or sms 073 725 7381. Banking Details - Electronic Funds Transfer Account holder: Lifelong Learning KZN - Bank: FNB - Branch: Davenport Branch code: 220226 - Account number: 62210838382 Payment reference: please use the number given to you when you book Please provide proof of payment via email to [email protected] If your payment was done on the day of the event, you need to bring printed proof of payment to the venue.
NDWEDWE EDUCATION CENTRE, EDUCATORS & LEARNERS MEETING - 24th MARCH Local Grade 5 educators are invited to meet for a workshop on Sibudu, with Viola Schmid as the lead speaker from the Sibudu Archaeology team. Mr. Mungwe has notified Mr Sihle Makanya, the Social Sciences Education Advisor for Grade 5. Mthu and the Youth Drama Group will perform their Sibudu Play.
PAST EVENTS DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATORS & LEARNERS MEETING- 3pm, 9th MARCH Two archaeologists spoke at this meeting. All the central Durban high schools were invited and also Westville Boys’ High and Durban Girls’ High. BALLITO BREAKFAST BRIEFING – 7am, 9th MARCH Dr Manuel Will and Charlotte Mbali were the speakers.
17. Mar, 2017
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