MUT boxer voted best in USSA Games

A proud Willie Mkhwanazi, the Deputy Director of Sports department could not hold back excitement when he needed pictures for a newspaper that was going to write a story about Sibusiso Mhlomi. The newspaper was more than impressed by Sibusiso’s performance in a boxing tournament which took place at the North West University as part of the annual University Sports South Africa (USSA) Games. Read More

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MUT Green Campus Initiative team attends Acuho-i Green Campus and wins an award

Green Campus Initiative MUT won the Green Award for Best New Comer at the 2018 national conference called Acuho-i Green Campus hosted by the Durban University of Technology (DUT). Three hundred and fifty students from 16 institutions from all over South Africa participated at the conference. Chairperson of the Green Campus Initiative MUT, Fundile Maqhekeza, said they prepared well for the conference. “In our presentation, we talked about the Green Thursdays during which we advise staff and students to be[…]

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E-learning is here to stay

Academics and researchers from 24 different countries attended the 13th International Conference on e-Learning, hosted this year by CPUT. ICEL 2018 took place at the Granger Bay Campus from 5 to 6 July. It saw 61 academic research papers, three PhD research, three Masters research and two Work in Progress papers published in Conference Proceedings. The actual conference broke up into five different streams on the two days to explore various topics pertaining to e-learning. Conference organiser Louise Remenyi said[…]

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WSU MARINE BIOLOGIST MAKES SA TOP LISTS

WSU alumnus, Zoleka Filander made the Top 200 Young South Africans recognized by the Mail and Guardian for her outstanding contribution to Marine Biology – the study of all aspects of life in the sea and the environment on which it depends. Hot on the heels of the M&G, that same week she was announced to be one of News24’s 100 South Africans to display characteristics similar to the late Nelson Mandela. Read More

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Centenary Celebrations to Bring Transformation

What better way to celebrate centenary than forming partnerships that will bring transformation to the University in the times of South Africa’s transformation in the spirit of democracy. Stellenbosch University (SU) has formed a partnership with Walter Sisulu University (WSU) as part of celebrating SU’s centenary. The University chose WSU as it is strategically situated on the birth province of the late President Nelson Rholihlahla Mandela who would have also been celebrating his 100th birthday. Read More

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Dlamini praise DUT Writing Centre for his published book

Durban University of Technology’s Public Relations Management student, Samukelo Dlamini, has heap praises on DUT Writing Centre staff for helping him to write his first book “Like Nothing Else Exists.” Dlamini, who is currently studying towards his B-Tech Degree in Public Relations Management, published his book in 2017 at the age of 21 and says it would have been impossible to do it all alone without the help from DUT Writing Centre. Read More

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Changing the game

At the second seminar on decolonisation UNISA Prof Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni started off by reminding everyone that in order to decolonise anything, you need to understand how it was constituted because the concept refers to “undoing”. “In a theoretical and practical sense,” said Ndlovu-Gatsheni. Read More

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