Competing against the digital publications of big South African corporates, the Eish! was announced the winner in the category, Best Digital Publication, at the recent South African Publication Forum’s awards ceremony in Johannesburg.
Message from the vice-chancellor
Prof Dan Kgwadi talks about ending the year on a high note.
The Eish! was recently crowned as the best digital publication at the SA Publication Forum awards.
Top researchers are a hard act to follow
See what our top researchers have to say about the Excellence in Research Awards.
Networking with media proves its worth
The NWU held two networking sessions that further strengthen its relationships with journalists from various media houses.
Law prof serves as acting judge in High Court
Prof Elmarie van der Schyff says she gained a lot of valuable experience while acting as judge in the High Court of South Africa in Pretoria.
New HR directors are enthusiastic, determined and experienced
The NWU will definitely reap the benefits of the talent, commitment and expertise that three HR directors bring to their new positions.
Trophy hunting is worth R1,98 billion for SA
A new study headed by Prof Peet van der Merwe shows that hunters spend an average of about R134 500 per hunting trip.
NWU serious about ethical research conduct
The campus in Mahikeng recently held a workshop on ethics in research, in partnership with two Iowa State University academics.
GeeXpo: where all the cool geeks gather
See why the cool geeks recently gathered on the campus in Vanderbijlpark.
Meet our exceptional students – Stefanie’s hammer hits the nail right on the head
With a personal best of 58,70 m with a 4 kg hammer, final-year student Stefanie Greyling is a valuable member of the NWU’s athletics team.
Excellent sporting year for NWU
Sports highlights abounded in 2017, with all three campuses raking in medal after medal.
Focus on – Symposium on languages
The NWU recently held a language symposium, paving the way for next year’s language audit and new language policy.
Our people – This black belt professor has a gentle spirit and deep roots in the soil
Since Prof Wes Gestring started a Taekwondo Club on the campus in Mafikeng, more than 70 students have taken up the sport.
Back page – Rediscover the bigger picture
This will help you see the bigger NWU picture of which you are a highly valued part.