Berlin Launch of Stellenbosch University's HOPE project
Botman, H. Russel
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Berlin launch of Stellenbosch University's HOPE Project to alumni and friends of the University. The presentation briefly put the HOPE project in context by making use of practical examples of what this initiative entails.
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