A group of women from the Institutional Office supported a good cause while at the same time wearing beautiful head scarves.
MESSAGE FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Prof Dan Kgwadi talks about the employability of our students and the importance of having regular contact with employers.
We are weaving a colourful tapestry of cultures, passions and talents.
NWU boasts impressive new facilities
Read more about the new building for the NWU School of Business and the new Pharmacy and Biological Sciences building, which were both recently unveiled.
Tools to enable research in the 21st century
Information Technology runs a series of workshops aimed at helping researchers address the need for new computational and data skills.
The verdict is out – Potchefstroom students win mock trials
Read more about the annual NWU Juta Mock Trial competition which saw more than 150 law students from across the NWU participating.
Focus on: Plagiarism on the rise
Plagiarism is not just confined to students, but is also a trap for staff – especially self-plagiarism.
Byderhand Haven Stories in De Jonge Akker
Visitors to De Jonge Akker coffee shop on the Potchefstroom Campus can now read short stories on their cellphones while enjoying their coffee.
Activist with a zeal for teamwork
Clement Manoko, the new executive director for corporate communication in the Institutional Office, is a people’s person and a true activist.
Elephant statue gives new life to historical symbol
The Faculty of Education Sciences on the Potchefstroom Campus has completed the giant elephant statue that embodies the faculty’s values.
Head scarves symbolise women power
A group of women at the Institutional Office celebrated Women’s Month in a special way.
A tapestry of different customs – Halaal – Not just a term but a lifestyle
Noory Yusuf tells us more about the meaning of Halaal and the importance of it to her faith as a Muslim.
In this series we recognise NWU staff members who go beyond the call of duty, making a difference in other people’s lives.
Our people – Sisters sing message of hope
Meet three sisters whose harmony singing in church has led to their forming a band with big aspirations.
Unwelcome warts are the topic of the potato-powered advice that our Top Tipster, Kiewiet Scheppel from the Potchefstroom Campus, has for us.
Back page – Exploring our art
Join us while we explore the artworks displayed in the gardens and buildings of the NWU.