Renowned former journalist and anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee was the special speaker during the Spokesperson of the Year Awards. With him is the overall winner, Prof Raymond Parsons.
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Message from the vice-chancellor
Prof Dan Kgwadi talks about finding your personal purpose in contributing to the NWU’s ideal to benefit society.
Filling 2017’s blank page.
Top spokespersons receive their due
Find out about the winners of the different categories in our annual Spokesperson of the Year competition.
Research in 2017 is off to a great start with ratings success
Twenty-four academics received National Research Foundation (NRF) ratings for the first time and another 25 were rerated.
Indaba Delights delegates with meerkat charm and wisdom
Indaba 2016 was the right medicine to encourage NWU staff to stay on top of their game – the meerkat way.
INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCHERS REFLECT ON A TURBULENT Year
Read more about the South African Association for Institutional Research conference that the NWU hosted.
Focus on – The dos and don’ts of social media
Find out why our new social media policy, the first of its kind for the NWU, is so important.
NWU welcomes a new generation
This year the NWU took in 9% more first years than the target.
NWU expert asked for life-saving help
Read how Prof Ronel Pretorius from the School of Nursing Science accompanied a sick toddler to America for life-saving surgery.
Sammy’s setting the pace
Meet Sammy Sepeng, a Potchefstroom athletics coach who helped Olympic gold medallist Caster Semenya with her pacing.
Staff members go the extra distance
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 – canoeist lives for the white waters
Kobus Filmalter from the Vaal Triangle Campus loves rowing – especially the adrenaline rush it brings.
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Back page – exploring our art
Join us while we explore the artworks displayed at the NWU. In this edition we take a closer look at the leopard statue on the Mafikeng Campus.