One North-West University (NWU) student and two alumni will represent the university when netball stars from South Africa and Malawi battle it out in a three-match series in Rustenburg from 26 to 30 November 2020.
The North-West University (NWU) Disability Rights Unit recently received donations in the form of laptops and technology devices such as large-print yellow-on-black keyboards for the visually impaired.
The IT department at the North-West University (NWU) recently launched a series of online training sessions for staff and students at the university. Themes included mobile cyber security, remote working and cyber security and phishing.
North-West University (NWU) Jiu-Jitsu maestro Moses Radebe made a clean sweep at the recent virtual South African Jiu-Jitsu Kata competition.
North-West University (NWU) student Tebogo Matshehle Monogo has recently been featured as a Next Generation of the Brave nominee.
The Next Generation of the Brave is a programme that encourages and supports current and aspiring health care professionals through a mentoring programme. It also aims to show appreciation for them being front-line workers taking care for our communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
For the past two years Prof Cameron Modisane, a North-West University (NWU) alumnus, has been breaking boundaries. After obtaining his PhD in 2019 from the NWU’s Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, Prof Modisane became the first black person under the age of 35 to have a PHD in accounting in South Africa.