Online application system for 2019 at Tshwane University of Technology
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) would like to congratulate the class of 2018 on their matric results. The University is looking forward to welcoming all first year students who have already applied and who have been accepted for study with us this year. Although the University understands the... Read more
Concrete Boat Race: Float your boat concrete style
Characterised by thundershowers and heavy rain, Float your Boat, the annual Concrete Boat Race hosted by the Inland Branch Concrete Society of Southern Africa at the East Rand Speed Boat Club, was no plain sailing for the participants. For the first time in ten years, the Tshwane University of... Read more
TUT VC’s seminar looks at critical issues in water conservation
“The detection of leaks and bursts in water distribution systems represents a compelling and critical issue in water conservation world-wide.” This is the view of international water expert, Prof Ezio Todini, who spoke at the Tshwane University of Technology’s 25th VC’s Research and Innovation Seminar. The theme of his... Read more
TUT confers honorary doctorate on activist and struggle stalwart, Tlou Cholo
Tlou Cholo, labour activist and struggle stalwart, today received recognition for a lifetime dedicated to the fight for justice and social accountability. The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) awarded the highest academic accolade, an honorary doctorate (Doctor Technologiae Honoris Causa), to Cholo at its Spring Graduation ceremony at the... Read more
A legendary victory against TUKS
On the eve of the much-anticipated Springbok match against New Zealand, our South African Rugby Legends added additional excitement with an impressive and legendary win of 77-7 against the Tuks Rugby Legends. This is an annual event on SARLA’s calendar and was held at the rugby grounds of the... Read more
TUT trio develops green technology to help reduce fuel consumption
With fuel prices at a record high in South Africa, the development of a new, turbo free-flow technology, aimed at reducing fuel consumption as well as carbon emissions, could not come at a better time. Ipeleng Mathebula, a Masters’ degree student in Mechanical Engineering at the Tshwane University of... Read more
TUT condemns fake emails on campuses’ permanent closure
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) management has condemned rumours and fake emails doing the rounds that two of its campuses have been permanently closed. In a statement issued on Monday, management reiterated that activities for students at the Soshanguve North and South campuses have been suspended to allow... Read more
TUT launches exciting new solar car
Celebrating ten years of participation in Sasol’s solar challenge, the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (FEBE) will launch its exciting, new-look solar car, Sun Chaser 3, today, 14 September. The event will take place at the Prestige Auditorium, Building 21 at 16:00. The 10th grueling seven-day Sasol... Read more
Inyathelo-Tshwane University R64 Million funding success story
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has quadrupled its donor income in five years to R64,9 million in 2017, grown the number of fundraising and development staff from six to eleven, and compiled a huge alumni database of more than 150 000 people. These are just some achievements of a visionary... Read more
TUT students make their debut at Market Theatre
Musical Theatre students from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will strut their stuff at one the country’s most iconic theatres, The Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg, when they stage SHOWTIME 2018 on 31 August and 1 September. SHOWTIME 2018, now in its sixth year, is an innovative platform... Read more