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Next conference / volgende kongres: Pretoria 2017

Posted on Apr 13, 2017 in Conference news / Kongres-nuus | No Comments

Information about the Pretoria 2017 conference (a joint meeting of SASNES, OTSSA and LXSSA) is now available on the conference page. Inligting oor die Pretoria 2017-kongres (’n gesamentlike ontmoeting van SAVNOS, OTWSA en LXSSA) is nou beskikbaar op die konferensieblad.

Website updates

Posted on Oct 15, 2016 in Notices / Kennisgewings | No Comments

The website has now been updated to reflect recent events in the OTSSA. Importantly, you can now find the new executive’s contact details on the “Executive Committee” page. Die webblad is nou hersien om onlangse gebeure in die OTWSA te reflekteer. U kan nou ook die nuwe bestuur se kontakbesonderhede op die “Uitvoerende komitee“-bladsy besigtig.

New executive elected / Nuwe bestuur verkies

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Notices / Kennisgewings | No Comments

A new executive has been elected during the business meeting at Stellenbosch on 8 September 2016. The following members will serve on the executive for the next three years: Chair: Prof. Willem Boshoff Treasurer: Dr. Sias Meyer Additional member: Prof. Madipoane Masenya. Dr. Charlene van der Walt will remain the secretary since her term has […]

Numerical analysis of Chronicles

Emeritus Prof. Cas Labuschagne, formerly Senior Lecturer in Semitic Languages at the University of Pretoria and later Professor in Old Testament at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands), has published a numerical analysis of Chronicles. It can be downloaded here. Furthermore, his analyses of all the books of the Hebrew Bible can be downloaded from […]

Analysis of Ezra and Nehemiah

Prof. Cas Labuschagne from The Netherlands has published an analysis of Ezra and Nehemiah. It can be downloaded here (PDF; 1,5MB). Prof. Cas Labuschagne van Nederland het ‘n analise van Esra en Nehemia publiseer. Dit kan hier afgelaai word (PDF; 1,5MB).

Numerical Features of the Book of Lamentations

Prof. Cas Labuschagne from The Netherlands has published a new analysis on the numerical features of the Book of Lamentations. It can be download here (PDF; 1MB). Prof. Cas Labuschagne van Nederland het ‘n nuwe analise van die numeriese kenmerke van die boek Klaagliedere publiseer. Dit kan hier afgelaai word (PDF; 1MB).

Research concerning the Psalms, Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Daniel and Ruth / Navorsing oor die Psalms, Job, Spreuke, Prediker, Daniël en Rut

Prof. Cas Labuschagne from The Netherlands has published his analyses of the Psalms, Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Daniel and Ruth on his website. They are available for download from www.labuschagne.nl. Prof. Cas Labuschagne van Nederland het sy analises van die Psalms, Job, Spreuke, Prediker, Daniël en Rut op sy webwerf gepubliseer. Dit kan afgelaai word by www.labuschagne.nl.

Quantitative structural analysis of the book of Isaiah

Dear colleagues! I would like to share with you my quantitative structural analysis of the book of Isaiah, which has just been published on my website: seven pdf files (downloadable for free). To enable you to get an idea of the results, I might suggest that you read the first three pages of Segment I: […]

Next conference / volgende kongres: UNISA 2015

Posted on Jan 30, 2015 in Conference news / Kongres-nuus | No Comments

The 2015 conference of the OTSSA will take place at the University of South Africa (UNISA) in Pretoria, from 2 to 4 September 2015. Read more on the conference page. Die 2015-konferensie van die OTWSA sal plaasvind by die Universiteit van Suid-Afrika (UNISA) in Pretoria, vanaf 2 tot 4 September 2015. Lees meer op die […]

Next conference / volgende kongres: Johannesburg 2014

Posted on Dec 18, 2013 in Conference news / Kongres-nuus | No Comments

The next OTSSA conference will be held from 3–5 September at the University of Johannesburg. It is also worth mentioning that the next IOSOT conference (2016) will be held at the University of Stellenbosch. Read more about in the Conferences section. Die volgende OTWSA-kongres word van 3–5 September 2014 by die Universiteit van Johannesburg gehou. […]