Such beautiful hair: During a visit to the NWU, representatives from the Hanseo University of Seosan in South Korea went on an outing to the Dan Tloome Primary School in Ikageng.
MESSAGE FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Prof Dan Kgwadi, vice-chancellor, talks about the implementation of the restructuring process.
How do you read your Eish?
Restructuring not intended to reduce staff
The intention of the restructuring process is primarily to achieve operational efficiency and not to reduce personnel.
One unified business school for NWU
Read more about the newly formed NWU School for Business and Governance.
NWU supports researchers through Africa
Addressing the challenges that big data brings, the NWU joins hands with the University of Cape Town to support researchers.
Ceremonies mark the start of a new academic year
During the official opening ceremonies on the three NWU campuses, Prof Dan Kgwadi encouraged staff to embrace change.
A special visit from the East
The members of a delegation from the Hanseo University of Seosan in South Korea were very impressed with the NWU’s community engagement projects.
Employment trends of NWU graduates
Learn more about how and where NWU graduates are employed and what is important to them.
Machine masters medical breakthrough
The NWU is now using cutting-edge technology to help shorten patient recovery time and to accelerate new drug development.
A tapestry of different customs
In the first article of our new series on different cultural customs, we take a look at the practice of bogadi, also known as lobola.
Focus on – SOCIAL MEDIA CAN LAND YOU IN HOT WATER
Social media can be a minefield and in this Focus on article we look at responsible behaviour on social media platforms.
Our people – Let’s r-r-rumba!
In this edition, we talk to ballroom dancer Gregory Sekobotsane about his love of dancing that has taken him from one competition stage to another.
They go the extra mile
In this series we recognise the NWU staff members who go beyond the call of duty, making a difference in other people’s lives.
Top Tips competition
The winning tips sent in by Antoinette Vermeulen from the Institutional Quality Office have earned her the very first Top Tipster title.
Join us for a walk down memory lane: this is how the Mafikeng Campus looked many moons ago.