The North-West University (NWU) can finally boast about producing two of the best South African university debaters. Jeanett Mosala (25) and Zibusiso Ndlovu (20) who are both members of the NWU Debate Society, recently won the South African National Universities Debate Champions (SANUDC) in the category English as a Second Language.
According to renowned economist Prof Raymond Parsons from the North-West University’s School of Business and Governance, the resignation of President Jacob Zuma and the expected accession of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to the presidency of South Africa now paves the way for better economic prospects for the country.
It’s back to the books for students of one of the most sought-after degrees a university has to offer. On Monday 29 January, the North-West University’s School of Business and Governance held its official opening for the MBA academic year, and it was an event unlikely to be forgotten soon.
Researchers from the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Faculty of Theology recently published a research book, Togetherness in South Africa, discussing religious perspectives on racism, xenophobia and economic inequality.
Impressing your family and friends with traditional Tswana dishes has just become easier. Dr Nicole Claasen from the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Africa Unit for Transdisciplinary Health Research (AUTHeR), together with 129 women, has compiled a Tswana traditional food cookbook, A Taste of Vaalharts.
The NWU PUK Choir is one of the top four university choirs forming part of kykNET’s new programme series about the Kuesta University Choir Festival that took place in Stellenbosch at the end of 2017.