Researchers Prof Alta Schutte and Prof Melville Saayman won the prestigious NSTF-South32 Awards, also known as the “Science Oscars”.
Message from the vice-chancellor
Prof Dan Kgwadi talks about implementing the new structure.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating.
NWU shines at ‘Science Oscars’
The red carpet was rolled out for Prof Alta Schutte and Prof Melville Saayman when they won SA’s most coveted science awards.
NWU experts share words of wisdom and quotable quotes
Look who took top honours as the most-quoted individual at the NWU.
Misunderstanding is Apartheid’s lasting legacy
Understanding different cultural viewpoints is vital if we want to live in harmony, says Prof Henri Bezuidenhout from the School of Economics.
Terrorism is threatening tourism
Find out why Prof Melville Saayman says there is no bigger threat to tourism than terrorism.
Mid-year function brings warmth for staff and the needy
Giving something back was the idea behind the mid-year function held on our campus in Vanderbijlpark.
Survey highlights need for NWU breastfeeding policy
An NWU survey showed support for a breastfeeding policy but also a lack of awareness about the need to support breastfeeding mothers at the workplace.
Don’t sit and talk, get up and walk
Walking meetings, which are a new international trend, have positive psychological effects on people.
Christopher is back and ready to serve
Meet Christopher Motabogi who recently joined our campus in Mahikeng as communication manager.
SASA congress explores the rise and fall of protest
#WhatMustRise was the theme of the South African Sociological Association congress held at our campus in Mahikeng.
Focus on – Internal communication survey
Find out about the results of a survey on how effective internal communication at the NWU is.
Our people - Power couple: creative in and outside the lecture room
Read about Danie and Natanya Meyer, lecturers at the campus in Vanderbijlpark and artists in their own right.
In this series, we recognise NWU staff members who go beyond the call of duty, making a difference in other people’s lives.
Back page – Discover the NWU
A visit to the One Button Studio on the campus in Vanderbijlpark reveals why anyone can make a video by pushing only one button.