With no vaccine in sight for Covid-19, a number of countries are under a lot of economic pressure, trying to lessen the impact of the pandemic. Over the last few months South African businesses and citizens have come together to assist the less fortunate, with food, medical supplies, clothes and toiletries.
Taking the field in 50 games for your rugby club’s first team is definitely an exceptional achievement. Kazlo Holtzhauzen of the rugby club of the North-West University (NWU) in Vanderbijlpark – the NWU Vaal Rugby Club – achieved this honour earlier this year.
When Dr Kleinjan Redelinghuys, an Optentia postdoctoral research fellow and expert in industrial psychology, recently published his book, Unfiltered: Grappling with mental illness, he was guided by two objectives.
The deadline for entries for the 2020 version of the North-West University’s (NWU’s) popular Leopard’s Lair Business Competition is approaching, and all studentpreneurs are invited to take part. If you consider yourself to be an innovator with an out-of-the-box business idea, this competition is just for you and offers you the opportunity to realise your business dream.
Ilze du Plessis believes that your attitude determines whether your path through life is going to be thorny or strewn with rose petals. And if you look at the long list of accomplishments this 18-year-old first-year student at the Vanderbijlpark Campus of the North-West University (NWU) has achieved on the sports field, it is clear that she is focused on success.
If strong and dedicated leadership is a requirement for a successful alumni chapter, then the Vaal Alumni Chapter of the North-West University (NWU) is off to a great start.