It took a moment for Dr Fazel Freeks to comprehend what he was hearing. Aghast at first, the images that formed from the convict’s depiction about the deed that lead to his incarceration made him think about his family. Freeks thought of his youngest daughter as he listened to the candid, vivid description about the act this person did to a young, innocent other.
The North-West University (NWU) has once again proven that it is dedicated to conducting ground-breaking research within the health field.
Kindness, love and compassion. These are but some of the words in faith’s vocabulary. These virtues convey the same message in any language and this is why the Faculty of Theology at the North-West University (NWU) is ensuring that this message is heard by all.
Vir die eerste keer in die geskiedenis van PUKfm is dié radiostasie op die Noordwes-Universiteit (NWU) se kampus in Potchefstroom by die jaarlikse Liberty Radio Awards-seremonie as die nommer een kampusradiostasie in die land aangewys.
“I never thought that I would ever reach a university, let alone obtain a qualification.” These were the words of Lizette Fitzpatrick, who received her Grade R Diploma from the North-West University (NWU). She is the very first deaf person who received this qualification through distance learning.
“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone”. These wise words by former American president Ronald Reagan were befitting during the annual Canned Food Day event that recently took place on the North West University’s campus in Potchefstroom.