In the week the World Health Organisation warned of a “new and dangerous phase” in the Coronavirus pandemic, the NWU ramped up its efforts to fight the scourge.
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.
The link between gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV/Aids is usually rooted in the power imbalance between men and women.
NWU FM, the radio station on the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Mahikeng, is collaborating with community radio stations across the North West Province to keep listeners informed and entertained during the national lockdown.
South Africa’s employment history has very little written about employed fathers compared to records about working mothers. However, fathers have been out in the workplace, away from home, longer than mothers have.
The North-West University (NWU) is benefiting from its association with award-winning author Prof Brian Willan.
The North-West University’s (NWU’) Indigenous Knowledge Centre (IKS) Centre hosted a panel discussion with indigenous knowledge holders on 6 March 2020.
On 21 March is South Africa observes Human Rights Observance Day. This day is historically linked with 21 March 1960, and the events of Sharpeville. On that day 69 people died and 180 were wounded when police fired on a peaceful crowd that had gathered in protest against the Pass laws.