A master’s degree student at the North-West University (NWU) recently won an award at the Anthropology Southern Africa conference in Malawi.
Although rhino numbers have diminished at a shocking rate, there is a dearth of research into rhino horn consumers who drive demand. Why do consumers prefer rhino horn to other alternatives?
Under the guidance of physical education teachers, schoolgirls in South Africa should be exposed to more activities that promote early object control skills.
A Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Mahikeng, with an agro-processing focus, could hold economic benefits for the city and the North West Province - provided there is sufficient policy and planning support.
The Transforming Encounters Research Group at the North-West University’s (NWU’s) School of Philosophy on the campus in Potchefstroom recently held a panel discussion on exploring curriculum transformation and the concept of university after decolonisation.
Why is mathematics being singled out as the main culprit for poor pass rates? This is the question asked by Prof Robert Balfour, Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching-Learning, at the North-West University (NWU), after the Department of Basic Education (DBE) announced proposed changes to the passing requirements for Grades 7 to 9, specifically involving mathematics.