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SU Saxophone Symposium: Liam Burden & Kurt Bertels in Concert @ Endler Hall, Stellenbosch

SU Saxophone Symposium: Liam Burden & Kurt Bertels in Concert @ Endler Hall, Stellenbosch

On Saturday 13 April, the Department of Music at Stellenbosch University is hosting a Saxophone Symposium, which will end with a Concert at 16:00 featuring Departmental saxophone lecturer, Liam Burden, and Kurt Bertels, classical saxophonist and post-doctoral researcher from the Royal Conservatory and Vrije Universiteit Brussels.

The performance will also feature saxophone students from the Department of Music, and the University of Stellenbosch Symphonic Wind Ensemble, conducted by guest extraordinary-professor (brass, conducting) in the Department, Rik Ghesquière.

Location: Endler Hall - Victoria St & Neethling St, Stellenbosch Central, Stellenbosch, 7600
Tickets: https://www.webtickets.co.za/v2/Event.aspx?itemid=1544755092

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Minister Diependaele meets with President Chakwera of Malawi
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Minister Diependaele meets with President Chakwera of Malawi

On 24-26 March, Flemish Minister Matthias Diependaele visited Malawi, where he met with President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo and Minister of Agriculture Sam Kawale, among others, to discuss the main strands of the new programme for international cooperation between Flanders and Malawi. He also visited successful projects, supported by Flanders, of Farm Radio Mw and Ziweto Enterprises Limited, as well as of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

Malawi is one of the least developed countries in the world and is suffering severely from the effects of climate change. The new country strategy paper 2024-2028 therefore will focus on urban development, including the rural hinterland, the commercialisation of agriculture and climate-smart agriculture.

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