The NWU’s social media specialist, Gregory Sekobotsane, and his dance partner, Moleboheng Khumalo, thrilled the audience with their energetic and stylish dancing during the Pukki Talent Festival.
Prof Dan Kgwadi, the vice-chancellor, talks about how office relocations are in line with our unitary structure and commitment to using space optimally.
Why do some of us struggle to accept people who are different from us?
Learn more about the work that the NWU’s Gender Benefit Network does to sensitise and inform people about different sexual orientations.
24-year-old Kenny Mnisi was one of five staff members from Animal Sciences who recently received their PhDs at the same graduation ceremony.
Find out more about the shocking results of a study on personal hygiene and how a group of students are trying to help people make a clean break with past behaviour.
Prof Melville Saayman believes it is now more important than ever for academics to share their research in the media.
Final-year industrial psychology student and karate coach Marelie Botha is no pushover.
They are not real spies, but the data and insight they provide, give management the strategic advantage to overcome many modern-day mysteries.
This policy guides our Library and Information Services to stay ahead in the fast-moving information era.
Have you ever heard of morabaraba? Joseph Mathlong, sport officer at the campus in Vanderbijlpark tells us more about this mind game.
Meet colleague Adriaan Jacobs and his puppet, Charlie, whose witty words earned them first prize in the staff category of the Pukki Talent Festival.
Did you know that South Africa’s champion in open water swimming is a lecturer at the School of Human Movement Sciences?
Watch this video to meet Rachel, who is living our multilingual reality.