One cannot help but wonder whether Yolanda Fourie knew in her matric year at the Transvalia High School what was lying ahead in her future. Did she ever while working as florist among the flowers, think about where she would blossom one day? Did it cross her mind that one day she would stand on a stage at a North-West University (NWU) graduation ceremony as top achiever?
“The North-West University (NWU) is committed to producing professionals to assume advanced careers within academia. Our postgraduate students will be the research leaders, faculty, and professional practitioners of tomorrow and as such the stewards of the university’s ethos of innovative learning and teaching and cutting-edge research.”
If you thought that beauty pageants were just about high fashion and desirability, you have another thing coming. At the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark the annual Miss and Mr NWU Vaal pageant represents a celebration of confidence, charisma and talent.
Did you know that a bad attitude towards mathematics can literally cost you the opportunity to further your studies after completing high school? Trues bob!
Chocolate, vanilla, caramel, blueberry: all the flavours imaginable! A group of BEd Foundation Phase students on the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark took to the kitchen to promote their passion for animals.
“Today we will be the voice for the voiceless. Break the silence. Stop the abuse.” These are the words of Princess Mohalanyane, a fourth-year social work student on the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark, moments before she lead a group of students in a silent protest against the abuse of women and children.