A crowd of little tykes sporting cricket bats, pads and wickets recently descended on the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark to showcase their mini-cricket skills.
A student event with a difference. This is how students described the recent RAG community handover and first-ever Final-Year Farewell get together of the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark.
The impact of the annual North-West University (NWU) expo for information technology, mathematics and statistical sciences – GeeXpo – is unlocked by the way in which the event enables personal growth and academic distinction.
GeeXpo 2017 – the North-West University’s (NWU’s) information technology, mathematics and statistical sciences expo – did not just leave learners in awe about industry developments and opportunities but also changed the lives of several participants forever.
Diversity is as part of the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark as biltong, bunny chow, melktert and chakalaka is of the South African way of life.
Summer is in full swing and chances are that you have already cleaned out your winter closet. So, what are yLou going to do with your pre-loved, unwanted clothing?
When it comes to fostering entrepreneurship and innovation, the North-West University (NWU) is blazing a trail of excellence within the field of higher education in South Africa.
“As farmers in the 21st century we need to be innovative in our approach. Land is scarce and crop cultivation is expensive, especially within the African continent.”
The team of Enactus Vaal is ready to make 2018 one of this student body’s most memorable years to date. Not only has a new management team been elected, but the members also underwent intensive training in preparation for their term of office.
A university’s relationship with a student is certainly not over on graduation day. As an alumnus of a university, every student still has a role to play – years after writing that last exam.
During the recent October graduation ceremony of the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark, a group of 91 graduates crossed the stage to receive their degrees.
Gauteng MEC for Education, Mr Panyaza Lesufi, recently announced his plans to make Swallows FC great again by, among other measures, making shares in the club available to its supporters. Another part of his plan is to bring football mastermind Matome Kganakga on board as team manager.