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iinfo Open Photo Competition 2017

Photographers of all ages, backgrounds and experience levels are invited to enter the IINFO open photography competition.
 
Judges will award:
 
One (1) Overall winner
Four (4) Best photo in each category
Three (3) commended photographers
The closing date for this competition is on 31 January 2018
 
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• Everyday activities which can be enjoyed in the Tzaneen area
• Children of the Tzaneen area
• Our natural environment
• Our fruitful Valley

About Stellenbosch

About Stellenbosch
By Bobbi Gerber
Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa (after Cape Town), was founded in 1679 by the Governor of the Cape Colony, Simon van der Stel, who named it after himself. Stellenbosch means “Van der Stel's Bush”. It is situated on the banks of the Eerste River ("First River"), so named as it was the first river he reached and followed during an expedition over the Cape Flats to explore the territory towards the area now known as Stellenbosch.

Carp Fishing in the wild waters of Tzaneen

Looking for the perfect carp fishing spot? What better place to throw in the lines than in the heart of the tropical region in South Africa, the Tzaneen dam.
 
The dam was built in 1976 and was originally created to supply surrounding farmers with irrigation water. The Tzaneen dam has a capacity of 157 ,291 ,000 cubic meters of water and a surface area of 1 ,163.6 hectares. The dam receives its water from both the Groot Letaba and Ramadiepa rivers.
 

Campus Plan

The history of the North-West University all begins in 2004 when the three parties melted together to for the North-West University. Known as the University of North-West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University these are the establishments that melted together.
 
There are a lot of tourist attractions on the different campuses of the NWU but here at the Potchefstroom campus (almost 147 Years) the different attraction is :
 

Totius Statue

The history of the North-West University all begins in 2004 when the three parties melted together to for the North-West University. Known as the University of North-West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University these are the establishments that melted together.
 
There are a lot of tourist attractions on the different campuses of the NWU but here at the Potchefstroom campus (almost 147 Years) the different attraction is :
 
Totius Statue
 

The Faculty of Higher Education

The history of the North-West University all begins in 2004 when the three parties melted together to for the North-West University. Known as the University of North-West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University these are the establishments that melted together.
 
There are a lot of tourist attractions on the different campuses of the NWU but here at the Potchefstroom campus (almost 147 Years) the different attraction is :
 
The faculty of Higher Education
 

The “Kalfyn”

The history of the North-West University all begins in 2004 when the three parties melted together to for the North-West University. Known as the University of North-West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University these are the establishments that melted together.
 
There are a lot of tourist attractions on the different campuses of the NWU but here at the Potchefstroom campus (almost 147 Years) the different attraction is:
 
The “Kalfyn” (infront of mainbuilding F5)
 

The Main Building - NWU

The history of the North-West University all begins in 2004 when the three parties melted together to for the North-West University. Known as the University of North-West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University these are the establishments that melted together.
 
There are a lot of tourist attractions on the different campuses of the NWU but here at the Potchefstroom campus (almost 147 Years) the different attraction is :
 
 The Main Building (Law Building F5) :
 

North-West University Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden was originally created in the 1960’s for the use of the plants for learning and research purposes. Later by 1982 the garden was opened to the public after the garden was upgraded and developed by different personnel of the NWU. At the moment the Botanical Garden is estimated to have a span of almost 3 hectares. The most inhabitants of plant species are indigenous to South Africa but a small amount of exotic plant species is also situated in the garden.

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