Glad Africa Championship team Jomo Cosmos have signed North-West University (NWU) Soccer Institute goalkeeper Kagiso Ramadivhane for the remainder of the 2019/20 football season (two months), with an option to extend at the end of the season.
The future of renewable energy is evolving rapidly, bringing about significant changes.
According to industry experts, this energy transition is being driven by three trends – decarbonisation, digitalisation and decentralisation. These trends impact the power grid and lead to changes that might mean lower costs for some, but often higher prices and more power disruptions for other consumers.
According to the African Union’s Youth Charter young people between the ages of 15 and 35 make up more than 35% of Africa’s total population.
The Covid-19 pandemic has fundamentally disrupted teaching-learning activities in South Africa and across the globe. It has changed lives, mindsets and the way communities and societies interact, study and go about their daily business.
Societies depend heavily on women for health care, yet women's own health needs are frequently neglected, their contributions to health development undervalued, and their working conditions ignored.
Due to the devastating effects of the global Covid-19 outbreak, uncertainty, worry, fear and anxiety have become the order of the day for many families – particularly for those with learners in schools, says North-West University (NWU) Humanities professor, Erhabor Idemudia.
North-West University (NWU) academic Abiodun Salawu, a professor of journalism, communication and media studies and director of the research entity Indigenous Language Media in Africa, recently lent his critical editor’s eye to the book African Language Media: Development, Economics and Management.
The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic continue to ripple through the world’s health, educational, financial and commercial institutions, and the sports environment is no different.