Campus academic, Dr Kesolefetse Olivia Lefenya has been Appointed Chairperson of National Traffic Law Review Committee by the National Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters.

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The 2016 class of the Engen Maths and Science Schools achieved an impressive 94% pass rate, up 5% from last year’s average of 89%, with 70% of learners attaining a Bachelor pass.

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As part of Henley Business School Africa’s Management Advancement Programme (MAP+) course, middle managers worked over a five month period with Sparrow School to assist on a strategy to develop a feeding scheme for its pupils.

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The North-West University Mafikeng Campus preceded its doors of teaching and learning with an official Campus opening to kick-start the 2017 Academic year which took place on the 10th of February 2017. 

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The National Research Foundation (NRF) has recently awarded Prof Eno Ebenso, (acting Vice-Rector for Research and Planning at the NWU Mafikeng Campus) a B3 rating for the considerable international recognition he attained in the field of Chemistry – meaning he is an internationally acclaimed researcher for the high quality and impact of his recent research outputs.  Prof Ebenso was previously an NRF researcher with a C1 rating. 

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Barloworld’s investment in communities where it operates remains a lasting part of the group’s legacy. As part of its Barloworld Equipment business, the group has partnered with Venetia Mines by investing in education to inspire a world of difference in the communities of Limpopo. The various initiatives undertaken include:

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North-West University Mafikeng Campus Professor, Jamshid Moori, recently formed part of a panel of speakers at the fourth annual 2017 Biennial International Group Theory Conference (4BIGT) held at the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (also known as UTM) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 22 January until 27 January 2017.

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The AAA School of Advertising is offering R1million worth of bursaries as a means of ‘giving back’ to the broader Marketing and Communications sector, and to assist with the transformation process in the industry currently being undertaken by the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA).

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Higher certificate programmes are an innovative alternative to matriculants who failed to obtain university entrance, but wish to continue studying towards a career. The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) higher certificate programme available at Vega School has valuable advantages to those unable to immediately embark on a fulltime university education.

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Student numbers across the country are falling as tertiary education fees are rising nationally, which is a double negative as the country is experiencing a chronic skills shortage across numerous professions.

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