Who better to share his take on the current state of South Africa’s affairs than a Constitutional Law expert and judge of the High Court?
The advances of modern-day technology have introduced new and innovative ways of learning, andnumerous studies have revealed the positive learning effects of virtual reality, online systems, and interactive applications.
“In cricket, as in life, you need to know when to switch on and when to switch off – the rest will look after itself.” These words by Sachin Tendulkar, regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time, rings particularly true for the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Dwayne Pocock.
For the second time in just over a week the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark is mourning the tragic passing of another member of the campus community. Lerato Motsie, a second-year BCom Commercial Law student, passed away on Wednesday, 14 February.
Violence against children is a global health concern with an estimated 1 billion children affected annually. Prof Franziska Meinck will take a closer look at the subject during her upcoming prestige lecture as extraordinary professor in the Optentia research focus area at the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark.
Innovating for innovation’s sake is not innovation. True innovation comes from identifying day-to-day challenges and finding novel and sustainable solutions. This is according to North-West University (NWU) alumnus, Olivier Tshimbidi, one of the founding members of Khomba Africa, a new digital platform that aims to redirect spending to local townships and by doing so, revitalise the South African economy.
South Africa has come to a crossroad. One road leads to a developing country that is characterised by continued economic growth and stability, while the other is riddled with political and economic uncertainty. The fact remains, however, that this crossroad is representative of a critical point in South Africa’s history when decisions with far-reaching consequences must be made.