This is one of Prof Robert Balfour’s paintings. Read more about this talented artist in the article on “Our people”.
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MESSAGE FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Prof Dan Kgwadi talks about the challenges that 2016 has brought.
Is free tertiary education possible?
Change is already in motion
Read more about the changes that have already been implemented according to our new strategy and structure.
Careful planning precedes implementation
Robert Kettles, chief strategy officer in the office of the vice-chancellor, talks about our new Annual Performance Plan and the amendment of the Statute.
First years arrive in droves
This year the NWU has welcomed more than 9 000 first-year contact students on its three campuses.
Praise and plaudits for trio from Mafikeng
Three staff members from the Mafikeng Campus have been recognised for their work by their peers.
Library leads the way with transformation
Turning into the proverbial butterfly: read how the Ferdinand Postma Library tackles transformation.
Indaba motivates and inspires
“Life is tough, but I am tougher” was the theme of the Quality Office’s fourth Indaba held at the end of 2015.
Focus on - Why outsiders can’t use the NWU’s trademarks
Eish! talks to a senior legal advisor about the protection of the NWU’s registered trademarks.
Well(ness), WHAT A FOOD-FILLED FUN DAY!
It was fun and games when the Unit for Open Distance Learning, in collaboration with NWU Wellness4U, hosted a special day to cater for the health and social needs of staff.
It’s a great place to live!
Eish! takes a look at the three towns in which the three NWU campuses are situated.
Our people – Dean’s art explores living spaces
They go the extra mile
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