Africa Day is commemorated annually to acknowledge and celebrate the African Union’s successes in its fight against colonialism and apartheid. Furthermore, this event recognises the progress made by the African continent, and also reflects on challenges that Africa continues to face.
On 6 May 2020 North-West University (NWU) alumnus Sydwell Sihlangu walked away as one of the winners of the Regional Connect Health Open Innovation Challenge with his business idea about establishing a mushroom hub.
The global Covid-19 pandemic has seen unprecedented economic disruptions during the last few months.
According to North-West University (NWU) professor of Economics at the NWU Business School, Prof Ravinder Rena, it will take a very long time for the country’s economy to recover meaningfully after the measures introduced by government to curb the spread of the global virus.
With the business of football facing major turmoil due to the worldwide impact of Covid-19, North-West University (NWU) alumnus and South African Football Professional Union (SAFPU) President Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe says the union continues with its mandate to protect and defend football players’ rights during the pandemic.
The Covid-19lockdown has recently forced most companies to adopt a different approach to work by allowing employees to work from home.
North-West University (NWU) academic and a research professor in the Faculty of Humanities at the campus in Mahikeng, Prof Erhabor Idemudia, has co-authored a book with Prof Klaus Boehnke from Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany.
Countries the world over are faced with overcoming a united threat in the form of the global Covid-19 pandemic. More often than not, the most vulnerable are the communities in developing countries, especially those relying on government to meet their service delivery needs.
Staff and students of the North-West University (NWU) are mourning the passing of alumnus and prolific Setswana writer Dr Joseph Matlhasedi Mtsime.