The doctoral study by Dr Ephrem Habtemichael Redda – as conferred during the October graduation ceremony of the Vaal Triangle Campus of the North-West University (NWU Vaal), is set to enhance banks’ future approaches to customer relationship management.
The economy of Namibia can potentially be expanded by means of foreign trade and the economic growth is set to respond stronger to changes in exports and foreign direct investment compared to changes in exchange rates.
Socially Responsible Investment (SRI), also known as sustainable, socially conscious or ethical investing, impacts the South African economy on both a microeconomic and macroeconomic level.
In his doctoral thesis: “The relationship between perceived employability and intention for self-employment among university students,” Dr Habofanwe Andreas Koloba proposes a model to aid universities in developing well rounded graduates who are both employable and who can be self-employed.
During the recent October graduations the Faculty of Humanities on the North-West University’s Vaal Triangle celebrated their PhD students’ success.
The owners and managers of small organisations consider the business incubator services offered by several South African universities as playing a pivotal role in entrepreneurial success.
The North-West University’s (NWU's) Vaal Triangle Campus is now awaiting applications for the highly sought after master's programme in human resource management.
“Education will empower you, as it did earlier generations, to meet the tests of your own time.” This is according to Prof Linda du Plessis, acting Campus Rector of the Vaal Triangle Campus of the North-West University (NWU Vaal), as quoted during her opening address at the October graduation ceremony.
According to the World Economic Forum Africa’s population will increase dramatically over the course of this century, while the Americas and Europe’s populations will most likely remain steady or decline. This means Africa must find answers on how it will prepare the next generation with the knowledge and skills they will need.
Most teachers will agree that all children, regardless of what barriers to learning they may face, should be treated alike with equal access to education. Inclusive education seeks to facilitate equal opportunities to proper education for all children. Recently, the Optentia Research Focus Area on North-West University’s Vaal Triangle Campus hosted the First South African Symposium on Teacher Education for Inclusion.
Sheri Brynard (33) lives an impactful life, and is the first – and still is, the only person in South Africa with Down syndrome who has successfully completed a tertiary education qualification.
It was a sight never seen before on the Vaal Triangle Campus of the North-West University (NWU Vaal), but most definitely one that will be repeated in the years to come: proud parents, siblings, grandparents and guardians enjoying a meal in the company of members of the campus management.